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Large penalties imposed in the US for record keeping failures: A reminder of recording obligations

China, European Union, Hong Kong, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA - November 17 2022 On 27 September 2022, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission imposed fines totalling more than $1.1 billion on 15 broker-dealers and one…

Philip Clarke, Katherine Liu, Justin McClelland

Money laundering risks in the gambling sector

United Kingdom - February 11 2021 Recent developments and enforcement action taken within the gambling sector have highlighted the need for operators to carry out a robust assessment…

Tony Woodcock

Modern Slavery: breaking the chains

European Union, United Kingdom - January 22 2021 Much has been written in recent months about the scourge of forced labour. In July 2020, the US Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and…

Sue Millar

Looking ahead: Proposed changes to the Modern Slavery Act 2015

European Union, United Kingdom - October 6 2020 On 22nd September 2020, the government published its response to a public consultation on transparency in supply chains. The response demonstrates…

Leanne Raven, Paul Reeves, Tony Woodcock

The Boohoo scandal: A reminder of Modern Slavery Act 2015 obligations

European Union, United Kingdom - August 10 2020 The recent undercover investigation by The Sunday Times into poor pay and working conditions at a supplier of the fast-fashion retail brand Boohoo is…

Charlotte Varela, Imogen Heywood, Paul Reeves, Tony Woodcock