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A landmark: First FCA criminal proceedings under the MLR 2007

United Kingdom - March 26 2021 Last week the FCA announced criminal proceedings against NatWest for alleged breaches of regulations 8(1), 8(3) and 14(1) of the Money Laundering…

Miryam Farrelly, Laura Feldman, Christopher Robinson, Ali Sallaway.

Managing UK pensions risk: new Pensions Regulator powers and criminal offences

United Kingdom - January 14 2020 Following the General Election, the government has reintroduced the Pension Schemes Bill (the ‘Bill’) into Parliament.

Dawn Heath, Lauren Jackson, Charles Magoffin, Andrew Murphy, Tharusha Rajapakse.

Managing pensions risk: new Pensions Regulator powers and criminal offences

United Kingdom - January 13 2020 High profile insolvencies in the UK over the last few years have demonstrated that corporate groups can face intense and sometimes highly public…

Dawn Heath, Lauren Jackson, Charles Magoffin, Andrew Murphy, Tharusha Rajapakse.

Squaring the circle? What the UK SFO co-operation guidance means for global businesses

United Kingdom - August 19 2019 The UK Serious Fraud Office recently issued its long-awaited guidance on corporate cooperation. We look here at the key points arising, how the…

Katie Palms.

ENRC appeal on privilege: Five key points arising out of the decision

United Kingdom - September 10 2018 The Court of Appeal has overturned the High Court’s decision in the case of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation ([2018]…

Nicholas Williams, Matthew Bruce, Simon Murray, Geoff Nicholas, Christopher Robinson, Ali Sallaway.