Topic: Culture investigations

Norwegian prosecutors probe alleged corruption at world biathlon body

Norway’s anti-corruption agency has opened an investigation into the ex-president of the global sporting body for biathlons on suspicion of “aggravated corruption”.

28 January 2021

FCA issues warning over use of encrypted messaging apps

The UK financial regulator has warned businesses that it is focusing on potential misconduct committed via encrypted messaging apps.

14 January 2021

Fifa attempt to recuse special prosecutor fails

A court in Bellinzona, Switzerland, said that football’s global governing body cannot request the dismissal of Stefan Keller because it is not a party to the proceedings against its president, Gianni Infantino.

12 January 2021

Singaporean minister outlines steps to improve corporate transparency

05 January 2021

Fifa criticises Swiss special prosecutor

11 December 2020

The art of the virtual interview

Practitioners list the virtual interview tips and techniques, picked up over the course of the pandemic, to take into the new year.

10 December 2020

Australian regulator raps Westpac over cash breaches

01 December 2020

Boohoo hires Leveson to oversee supply chain

26 November 2020

UK accounting regulator criticises companies for “box-ticking”

26 November 2020

Novartis execs on compliance: “Why be afraid of the truth?”

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Novartis’s Shannon Thyme Klinger and Klaus Moosmayer talk to GIR about how the pharmaceutical company changed its approach to compliance in the midst of a series of government investigations.

05 October 2020

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