Topic: Enforcement policy

France to consider tough anti-corruption reforms

A French politician has proposed wide-ranging changes to the country’s anti-corruption apparatus including making companies liable for failing to prevent crimes.

24 October 2021

ENRC adds SFO official to leak lawsuit

22 October 2021

UK politician questions FCA over NatWest prosecution

20 October 2021

Ukraine passes law to strengthen anti-corruption agency’s independence

20 October 2021

SFO closes final strands of Watchstone investigation

14 October 2021

FCA highlights powers to visit workers at home

13 October 2021

SEC: anti-money laundering enforcement not FinCEN’ sole domain

07 October 2021

A look back at GIR Connect: Paris

The virtual conference featured a keynote from Total general counsel Aurélien Hamelle and was co-chaired by Jonathan Mattout of Herbert Smith Freehills and Laura Perkins of Hughes Hubbard & Reed. A video of the entire programme is online now.

05 October 2021

SFO: ENRC’s “parade of admitted liars” failed to land a blow on agency

A barrister for the Serious Fraud Office has said that a series of unreliable witnesses giving evidence for mining company Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation in a long-running civil trial have failed to substantiate a single instance of dishonesty against the agency’s staff.

28 September 2021

GIR sanctions roundtable

OFAC and OFSI officials join sanctions and export control practitioners in Washington, DC and London in a wide-ranging conversation on sanctions implementation, licensing, investigations, enforcement and more.

24 September 2021

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