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March/April 2017
Volume 6, Issue 2

 

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News Items

  • UK to fight global human rights abuse with Magnitsky legislation
  • Thames Water fined record £20.3m for raw sewage dump in Thames
  • Lords call for new UK environment regulator
  • ICO targets nuisance marketing calls
  • High Court contemplates Twitter and serious harm threshold
  • Samsung's chief indicted on multiple corruption charges
  • Uber drivers guilty of breach
  • Canada’s biggest bank faces potential selling scandal

 

Articles

  • Let’s take this online: Antitrust enforcement in e-commerce - Paul Henty, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP - Paul Henty, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
  • ISO 37001 Part 2: risk assessments and anti-bribery - Charlotte Wright - Kingsley Napley LLP
  • Are you treating your vulnerable customers fairly? - Eimear O’Brien, Hogan Lovells LLP
 

January/February 2017
Volume 6, Issue 1

 

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News Items

  • Rolls-Royce to pay £671m to settle corruption cases
  • US SEC investigates Yahoo’s failure to disclose cyber attack
  • New French law allows employees to avoid work emails in free time
  • Brazil's biggest construction company admits extensive US corruption charges
  • Volkswagen’s head of compliance quits
  • Mitsubishi fined for false advertising
  • Defence procurement regulator seeks greater powers

 

Articles

  • ISO 37001 Part 1: raising the standard for anti-bribery compliance? - Charlotte Wright, Kingsley Napley
  • Cybersecurity breaches: the risks and how to mitigate them - Barry Connolly, Flynn O’Driscoll
  • The lifting of Iranian sanctions: what appetite for risk one year on? - Alexander Vakil, Osborne Clarke LLP
 

November/December 2016
Volume 5, Issue 6

 

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News Items

  • Uber drivers are ‘workers’ with employment rights says tribunal
  • £100m equal pay claim against Asda given go ahead by tribunal
  • Aviva fined £8.2m by FCA for client asset failings
  • Internet robbery targets Tesco Bank customers
  • Lead generating firm fined £20,000 by ICO for breach of Privacy Regulations
  • Anti-Slavery Commissioner publishes first annual report
  • Statutory holiday pay to include element of results-based commission says Court of Appeal

 

Articles

  • PSD2 and the payment services regime: what's changing, what's new, and what you need to do - Jonathan Rogers & Talia Carman, Taylor Wessing LLP
  • Data breach and cyber-attack in the EU: the insurance factor - Dr. Nathalie Moreno, Lewis Silkin LLP
  • How small changes can deliver big benefits: using nudge to budge compliance to make a difference - Keith Read, Corporate Governance Expert
 

September/October 2016
Volume 5, Issue 5

 

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News Items

  • MasterCard faced with biggest damages claim in history
  • Deutsche Bank will fight $14 billion demand from U.S. authorities
  • Taxation of employment termination payments in UK to change from April 2018
  • Corruption probe suicide
  • FCA tackles possible insurance mis-selling
  • Online seller settles with CMA after admitting infringing competition law
  • FCA tackles possible insurance mis-selling

 

Articles

  • Anti-money laundering: Can money laundering really be prevented? - Barry Vitou, Michael Ruck & Elena Elia, Pinsent Masons LLP
  • The GDPR and consent - A matter of child's play? - Laura Scaife, Addleshaw Goddard LLP
  • Business crime and crisis simulation: Practice makes preparedness - Ashley Hurst, Jeremy Summers and Alexander Vakil, Osborne Clarke
 

July/August 2016
Volume 5, Issue 4

 

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News Items

  • HSBC commits to keeping HQ in London despite Brexit
  • KPMG resigns as auditor of FIFA as corruption investigation continues
  • FCA issues statement on EU referendum result
  • Brexit decision drives asset managers from City of London
  • Bank of England will help UK economy remain strong says Governor
  • Tough start for new FCA Chief Executive

 

Articles

  • Employment compliance update: Modern slavery, gender pay equality, and
    employee privacy - Kim Sartin and Cecilie Justesen
  • Compliance Officer influence: The five principles of persuasion for Compliance Officers - Keith Read, LRN
  • Eurozone: The plan for EMU completion and the Five Presidents' report - Dr. Joachim Kaetzler and Dr Anna-Maja Schaefer, CMS Cameron McKenna
 
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