Corporate crime, businessman behind bars, criminal law

10 July, 2017

Is business becoming criminalised?

Following the financial crisis of 2008, companies and their management in the UK work in a new regulatory landscape. Criminal law is increasingly used to regulate business; and prosecutors, regulators...

4 May, 2017

Regulator to investigate KPMG’s audit of Rolls-Royce

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has said it will investigate Big Four accounting firm KPMG over its audit of Rolls-Royce. The inquiry follows
Rolls-Royce, aerospace, defence

10 April, 2017

Rolls-Royce: after the shocks and blows, can it get back on course?

Rolls-Royce, it is said, is essentially a hedge fund with an aero engine-maker attached. The past few months, however, show where the company’s risks really lie. First came January’s announceme...

17 January, 2017

Rolls-Royce agrees £671m settlement over bribery claims

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14 January, 2017

UK to beef up corporate crime law

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Barclays bank

15 November, 2016

Fraud office decision on Barclays probe given March deadline

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11 November, 2016

Rio Tinto reports itself to fraud office

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14 May, 2015

SFO faces calls to changes in investigations method

Investigations confronting the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) could be better managed using a model similar to the one used by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), according to a specialist law firm. ...