What's Hot With UK Financial Crime Enforcement – Part Three: Corporate Self-Reporting Obligations & Criminal Allegations

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In this three-part video series, London partner Stuart Alford KC speaks with leading London barrister Clare Sibson KC, from Fountain Court Chambers, about current trends in financial crime enforcement, the personal liabilities of directors, and what company boards should be considering with the evolving expectations for self-reporting.

Deciding whether to report or investigate a corporate crime is a critical decision for directors — especially in light of a recent court decision suggesting companies See more +

In this three-part video series, London partner Stuart Alford KC speaks with leading London barrister Clare Sibson KC, from Fountain Court Chambers, about current trends in financial crime enforcement, the personal liabilities of directors, and what company boards should be considering with the evolving expectations for self-reporting.

Deciding whether to report or investigate a corporate crime is a critical decision for directors — especially in light of a recent court decision suggesting companies have a moral obligation to report suspected crimes. This episode looks at the evolving expectations for self-reporting, and the implications for directors in the future. See less -

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