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AABA – increased fines for firms *

United Kingdom - June 1 2012
Accountants and actuaries could soon face significantly tougher fines and sanctions from disciplinary investigations carried out by their public watchdog, the Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board which is the independent disciplinary board for accountants and actuaries.

Co-authors: Simon Perkins.


First it was insurance brokers and now it’s investment bankers… FSA tests anti-bribery and corruption controls at investment banks *

United Kingdom - April 13 2012
The FSA recently published the findings of its thematic review of anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) systems and controls at 15 investment banks.


FRC plans to focus on disciplinary action *

United Kingdom - March 8 2012
The FRC has published its Draft Plan & Budget for 2012/13.


Leading regulatory and corporate crime silk to lead the AADB *

United Kingdom - March 1 2012
Yesterday the FRC announced the appointment of Gareth Rees QC to the position of Executive Counsel to the Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board (AADB).


Real estate regulatory alert *

United Kingdom - January 11 2012
The recent OFT Code of Practice on the conduct of its Anti Money Laundering (AML) visits is a timely reminder to agents that not only are you obliged to comply with the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 (the Regulations) but also that you may be subject to inspection by the OFT in relation to your level of compliance, and that there are both civil and criminal sanctions for noncompliance.

Co-authors: Lindsay Middleton , Martin Barrett.


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