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What can we learn from the lawbreaking ‘Russian Laundromat’ scandal?

United Kingdom - May 8 2019 A recent further report of the immense amounts of illegal wealth being laundered through European banks, including Deutsche Bank, will have sent...

Bribery risk in the mining sector - What can be learnt from the Glencore saga?

United Kingdom - July 17 2018 Behind the tumbling share price of Glencore lies both an intrigue worthy of a paperback thriller and a salutary lesson in how not to manage corruption...

BrightHouse: is Rent-to-Own a risk?

United Kingdom - November 14 2017 BrightHouse was recently ordered to pay almost £15 million in redress to customers after discussions with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), after...

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What next for DB pensions advisors?

United Kingdom - October 5 2017 The FCA has a working definition of a ‘perfect storm’ for a financial services business: “An expanding commercial opportunity, entrepreneurial...

Bailey on Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - October 4 2017 Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive of the Financial Conduct Authority, gave a lecture last week at the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum...