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GIR Awards 2017 – Enforcement Agency or Prosecutor of the Year

GIR Awards 2017 – Enforcement Agency or Prosecutor of the Year

September 27, 2017, GIR

Over the coming days GIR will reveal the shortlists for its third annual awards ceremony, which will be held on 26 October in Washington, DC, at the Four Seasons Hotel.

GIR Awards 2017 – Investigations Consultancy of the Year

GIR Awards 2017 – Investigations Consultancy of the Year

September 26, 2017, GIR

Over the coming days GIR will reveal the shortlists for its third annual awards ceremony, which will be held on 26 October in Washington, DC, at the Four Seasons Hotel.

GIR Awards 2017 – Boutique or Regional Investigations Practice of the Year

GIR Awards 2017 – Boutique or Regional Investigations Practice of the Year

September 25, 2017, GIR

Over the coming days GIR will reveal the shortlists for its third annual awards ceremony, which will be held on 26 October in Washington, DC at the Four Seasons Hotel.

GIR Awards 2017 - Most Impressive Investigations Practice of the Year

GIR Awards 2017 - Most Impressive Investigations Practice of the Year

September 22, 2017, GIR

Over the coming days GIR will reveal the shortlists for its third annual awards ceremony, which will be held on 26 October in Washington, DC at the Four Seasons Hotel.

GIR Live New York - in pictures

GIR Live New York - in pictures

September 18, 2017, GIR

An impression of GIR Live New York, held on 14 September.

KPMG missed "red flags" in Gupta audits

KPMG missed "red flags" in Gupta audits

September 15, 2017, GIR

KPMG South Africa's chairman, CEO and COO and five other executives have resigned at the conclusion of the firm's internal investigation into its work for an Indian family that is the subject of high-profile influence peddling allegations in South Africa.

Court rules New Zealand SFO 'unreasonable' for excluding witness counsel

Court rules New Zealand SFO 'unreasonable' for excluding witness counsel

September 13, 2017, GIR

The High Court of New Zealand has ruled that the country's Serious Fraud Office was "unreasonable" and "unlawful" when counsel to an investigation witness was excluded from attending an interview with the agency.

Danske Bank recruits ex-intelligence chief to tackle money laundering

Danske Bank recruits ex-intelligence chief to tackle money laundering

September 07, 2017, GIR

Danske Bank has hired the former head of Denmark's intelligence agency, Jens Madsen, as part of its plans to overhaul the bank's compliance systems amid allegations it helped process transfers from Azerbaijani officials to secretive British companies.

Ex-SFC enforcement director joins Mayer Brown

Ex-SFC enforcement director joins Mayer Brown

August 31, 2017, GIR

Mayer Brown has hired Alan Linning, a former head of enforcement at Hong Kong's securities regulator, as partner in its disputes and litigation practice.

Swiss Supreme Court rules media leak "admissible whistleblowing"

Swiss Supreme Court rules media leak "admissible whistleblowing"

August 25, 2017, GIR

Switzerland's top court has ruled that a politician and a bank employee were only guilty of violating bank secrecy laws the first time they leaked a top banker's personal information.