Uk bribery act
Operating in high-risk countries, especially through intermediaries or third party resellers, will expose banks and other financial institutions to the danger of prosecution under the Bribery Act – unless...
Low-level bribery is still common across Latin America, but with a few simple precautions businesses operating there can avoid the main risks associated with it, says Michael Hatchwell of Davenport Lyons...
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Instability in the Middle East and Africa coupled with growing regulatory pressure on financial institutions has raised the profile of political risk for banks – in particular, the problems of dealing with politically exposed persons, or PEPs, as customers...
Andrew Legg, senior litigation partner at global law firm Eversheds, examines the challenges businesses can face when navigating the issue of bribery in Africa and calls on the experiences of organisations already tackling the issue at the sharp end
New UK national standard will serve as a defence against charges of inadequate anti-bribery precautions
Extending the UK's powerful Bribery Act to cover fraud is superficially tempting, but will face difficulties
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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