Ireland, justice, corporate crime

8 June, 2018

Ireland raises the bar on tackling white-collar crime

A range of new anti-corruption offences are set to become law in Ireland following the approval by the Irish legislature of the Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Bill 2017. The new bill repeal...
defence, aerospace, military helicopter

19 January, 2018

SFO launches corruption inquiry into defence firm Chemring

A criminal investigation has been launched by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) into alleged bribery, corruption and money laundering at high-tech aerospace and defence manufacturer Chemring. The inve...
Samsung, Malaysia

25 August, 2017

Samsung heir jailed as South Korea clamps down on corruption

A five-year jail term has been passed for Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong, 49—also known as Jay Y Lee—on a number of corruption charges. Lee was convicted of bribery, embezzlement, perjury, hiding as...

11 July, 2017

Non-Financial Reporting Directive: embracing the challenge

Non-financial reporting requirements are nothing new for Europe’s listed companies, yet regulators and investors feel that many still don’t get it. The