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Taking the right steps to ensure you do not commit the offence of failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion

United Kingdom - May 15 2019 Nicola Sharp outlines what needs to be done to avoid the failure to prevent offence that was introduced by the Criminal Finances Act...

The right way to report a company’s failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion

United Kingdom - April 30 2019 Nicola Sharp outlines what HM Revenue and Customs expects from those who believe they have committed the corporate offence that was introduced by the...

What General Counsel need to know about money laundering

United Kingdom - April 10 2019 Nicola Sharp explains what money laundering is and outlines how businesses can reduce the dangers it can pose...

Conducting an internal investigation

United Kingdom - September 3 2018 In business, self-examination may be an option when it comes to enhancing performance, reviewing activities or examining opportunities. But when a...

Syedur Rahman.

How A Company Should Conduct An Internal Investigation

United Kingdom - February 19 2018 When a company suspects it has been involved in illegal activity, self-examination is essential. Airbus is a perfect example. The aerospace giant is...

Aziz Rahman, Syedur Rahman.