The United Kingdom’s Parliament has been considering offering whistleblower bounties similar to those offered under the U.S. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. A commission formed by the Bank of...more
Over the past couple of years, the European Commission has been working on updating its nine-year-old Third EU Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Directive to accommodate new international standards and to address previous...more
An international focus on defining, preventing, and understanding the concept of “conduct risk” has become problematic for financial services organisations in the UK and beyond—in part because the term is not yet clearly...more
“I have never understood why hospital managers don't crawl, on bended knee, from one end of their trust to the other, begging staff to tell them what's going on, what's wrong and what needs fixing,” says Roy Lilley, former UK...more
Last month, anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International released its first-ever corruption and integrity risks report. Titled “EU Integrity System (EUIS) Report” the report focused specifically on EU institutions,...more
Deferred prosecution agreements (DPAs) are a relatively new law-enforcement tool in the UK, only becoming effective this past February under the Crime & Courts Act 2013.
In the opening of his speech at the Annual...more