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Media Coverage, Legal Industry News and Press Releases - Page 13 of 31

NEWS 1 September 2014

Legal News Round Up - September 2014
By Azizur Rahman.
Israel is set to become a member of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the inter-governmental body that aims to tackle money laundering and terrorist financing. Read more

NEWS 25 June 2012

Navigating the legal minefield
By Azizur Rahman.
The UK is cracking down hard on corporate abuse, but robust compliance policies - as well as expert legal advice - can help companies steer clear of trouble, as Aziz Rahman of leading specialist fraud law firm Rahman Ravelli, explains. Read more

NEWS 25 June 2012

Wielding a big stick
By Azizur Rahman.
The government is pulling no punches in its commitment to enforcing better corporate governance by threatening tougher sanctions against companies and their directors, says Aziz Rahman. Read more

NEWS 25 June 2012

Prevention is better than cure
By Azizur Rahman.
When it comes to complying with the Bribery Act, businesses need to be prepared. Read more

NEWS 29 May 2019

Aziz Rahman of Rahman Ravelli wrote an article, published by Taxation, on the challenges that the UK will face when tackling money laundering after Brexit has become a reality.
By Azizur Rahman.
If Brexit becomes a reality the UK faces the prospect of tackling money laundering without the strong working relationships with law enforcement agencies across Europe that it can currently call on. Read more

NEWS 28 May 2019

A report by the European Court of Auditors has warned that swift action needs to be taken to tackle large-scale fraud involving European Union project funding.
By Nicola Sharp.
A report by the European Court of Auditors has warned that swift action needs to be taken to tackle large-scale fraud involving European Union project funding. Read more

NEWS 13 May 2019

The right way to report a company’s failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion
By Azizur Rahman.
How a company should report its failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion and what HM Revenue and Customs expects from those who commit the offence are issues the business world needs to consider. Read more

NEWS 3 May 2019

Are the FCA sending mixed messages on Brexit?
By Azizur Rahman.
The FCA has talked of the challenges it faces due to Brexit and yet it has been considering delaying spending on Brexit implementation costs. Read more

Categories: Serious Fraud
NEWS 26 April 2019

Internal contradiction – the SFO on privilege
By Azizur Rahman.
In her recent speech, Serious Fraud Office (SFO) Director Lisa Osofsky said that companies being investigated should be waiving their right to privilege if they wish to cooperate with the SFO. Read more

NEWS 24 April 2019

The risk of money laundering in legal firms, for Legal Practice Management
By Azizur Rahman.
The risk of money laundering in legal firms, for Legal Practice Magazine Rahman Ravelli’s Aziz Rahman was asked by Legal Practice Management magazine to write an article about legal firms and the risk of money laundering. Read more

NEWS 17 April 2019

Trading abroad without the risks
By Azizur Rahman.
Doing business abroad can bring many benefits. Read more

NEWS 17 April 2019

Money laundering is hurting banks!
By Nicola Sharp.
The challenges banks face regarding money laundering have been shown in dramatic fashion by the crisis facing Sweden’s Swedbank. Read more

NEWS 17 April 2019

Lessons From Carphone Warehouse's Partial FCA Settlement
By Syedur Rahman.
Carphone Warehouse was recently ordered to pay a £29M penalty for the mis-selling of insurance, following an FCA investigation which stemmed from whistleblowing reports. Read more

NEWS 15 April 2019

Overseas production orders: speeding up the authorities’ ability to obtain data from Abroad
By Azizur Rahman.
Overseas Production Orders (OPOs) are the latest tool available to the authorities to help them secure convictions in serious criminal cases. Read more