boardroom

16 August, 2019

Company data: balancing transparency with privacy

On 5 May, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy launched a major consultation on corporate transparency and regulatory reform and a panel session on this consultation formed part...
European Commission, cross-border trade, EU

14 May, 2018

Brussels seeks amended law to facilitate cross-border moves

The European Commission has drafted legal provisions that would help companies move across borders more easily, introduce digital registrations that would save EU companies millions of euros, and stam...
fraud, tax fraud, VAT fraud

15 January, 2018

Reported fraud in the UK soars to more than £2bn

The total value of fraud in the UK has risen by 538% to £2.11bn in the past 15 years, and was up by 6.5% in 2017 from £1.99bn in 2016, new research shows. The study by accountancy firm BDO LLP, ...
Rio Tinto

19 October, 2017

Ex-Rio Tinto CEO and CFO charged with fraud over ‘inflated’ asset values

The former CEO and CFO of Rio Tinto have been charged with fraud by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), after allegedly inflating the value of its ill-fated Mozambique coal mine acquisiti...
Telit Communications, Oozi Cats, Telit

14 August, 2017

Telit CEO Oozi Cats resigns over historic US fraud allegations

Oozi Cats, the CEO of global "Internet of Things" business Telit Communications, has resigned over allegations that he is wanted in the US for wire fraud. Cats resigned after an independent review ...
euros, cash, money laundering

28 February, 2017

Money laundering could be judged under criminal law

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Donald Trump

18 November, 2016

Concern over Trump plan to gut NY anti-fraud law

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Bribery

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. ...