Victims of a failed unauthorised collective investment scheme (UCIS) can expect to receive about 40% of their investment back after the regulator secured two final confiscation orders from some of the major players in the scheme.
Environment Agency extends environmental permit regime to existing oil and gas facilities 24 May 2017
The Environment Agency has announced it is extending its environmental permitting regime to existing onshore oil and gas facilities.
Incorporating the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) into the National Crime Agency (NCA) will "strengthen" the UK's response to white collar crime, according to the Conservative party.
- Environment Agency extends environmental permit regime to existing oil and gas facilities 24 May 2017
- Conservative shale gas pledge could kickstart investment, says expert 22 May 2017
- Guide: Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES)
- Guide: The Heat Network Regulations: what landlords need to do now
- 'Compensation for victims' as FCA secures £2.2m confiscation orders, says expert 26 May 2017
- Conservatives pledge to merge SFO with 'strengthened' NCA 23 May 2017
- Guide: Civil settlement in relation to Bribery Act offences – differences between Scotland and England
- Guide: Tackling theft or improper use of confidential information in the civil courts
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