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DOJ/SEC FCPA Settlement Targets Hiring Practices Used as Bribes

United Kingdom, USA - July 16 2018 On July 5, 2018, the SEC and the Department of Justice announced that a large financial institution, has agreed to pay nearly $76 million to settle…

David Père, Kristin Robinson, Mark A. Srere, Cécile Terret, Andrew Tuson.

DOJ New No-Piling-On Policy for Corporate Sanctions Moves US Closer to UK and French Authorities

France, United Kingdom, USA - May 21 2018 On 9 May, Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein announced a new DOJ policy that "encourages coordination among Department components and other…

Samantha Paul, David Père, Mark A. Srere.

What enforcement tools are in the armoury of prosecutors in the US, UK and France?

France, United Kingdom, USA - April 13 2018 Deferred prosecution agreements have been widely used by US prosecutors since the early 2000s. Prosecutors in the UK and France only obtained this…

Constantin Achillas, David Père, Mark A. Srere, Andrew Tuson.

Implementing strong corporate compliance programs - necessity rather than nicety?

European Union, United Kingdom - March 5 2018 No matter the industry, maintaining effective corporate compliance programs has never been a more essential part of operations to address the…

Constantin Achillas, Samantha Paul, David Père, Mark A. Srere, Andrew Tuson.

Central Banks put weight behind voluntary codes

United Kingdom - February 9 2018 The Bank of England (the "BoE") has now issued statements of commitment to three voluntary codes for wholesale markets that were published last year…