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Their goal is to encourage internal investigations in France, in the hope companies will then share more frequently the results of their investigations with the authorities,” said one lawyer.
17 March 2022
A recent decision in France means that the country’s financial regulator can no longer fine companies and individuals who impede an investigation.
04 March 2022
Squire Patton Boggs bolstered its investigations practice by adding lawyers formerly with Peters & Peters, Fulcrum Chambers, Howard Kennedy and ebl Lexington Avocats.
02 March 2022
French politicians have proposed a new law that would broaden protections for whistleblowers and encourage individuals to report directly to the authorities.
09 February 2022
The Council of Europe has said 14 countries including the UK are failing to comply with international standards for holding companies liable for money laundering.
21 January 2022
10 January 2022
An OECD anti-bribery body has raised concerns about French authorities’ failure to investigate corruption allegations against major local companies.
16 December 2021
A French appeals court has slashed a penalty handed to Swiss bank UBS for tax fraud and laundering illicit funds by €2.7 billion.
13 December 2021
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