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By Nicola Sharp, Syedur Rahman
In business, self-examination may be an option when it comes to enhancing performance, reviewing activities or examining opportunities.
By Ben Ticehurst
Having published its business plan for 2018-19, the Financial Conduct Authority is sending out a strong message.
By Syedur Rahman
Syedur Rahman, of award-winning business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli, argues that blockchain could prove valuable in fraud prevention.
By Ben Ticehurst
Ben Ticehurst, Senior Lawyer at Rahman Ravelli has angrily challenged the National Crime Agency's assumption that British businesses are at risk of being drawn into corrupt practices after the UK leaves the European Union.
By Azizur Rahman
Formula One is facing testing times. The sport is under official scrutiny regarding suspicions of money laundering.
By Azizur Rahman
Business crime can often involve a number of companies, individuals and countries.
By Azizur Rahman
With the SFO laying down tough conditions to those seeking a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA), Aziz Rahman examines what companies need to do to have a chance of securing one.
By Syedur Rahman
Following the first conviction of a company for failure to prevent bribery, Aziz Rahman considers the implications of the case for those in business.
By Nicola Sharp, Syedur Rahman
With a bookmaker being ordered to pay millions for failing to prevent money laundering, Nicola Sharp and Syedur Rahman examine how the gambling industry can tackle the problem.
By Syedur Rahman, Nicola Sharp
Syedur Rahman and Nicola Sharp explain how corporates should respond if investigated over bribery allegations abroad.
By Azizur Rahman
Recent research has found that half of all UK companies may have been affected by fraud or other economic crime in the past two years.
By Azizur Rahman, Ben Ticehurst
Aziz Rahman and Ben Ticehurst consider the Novartis scandal and the business restrictions on those holding high office.
By Azizur Rahman
Last year was a costly one for two of the biggest names in British business. Rolls-Royce and Tesco.
By Azizur Rahman
A respondent served with an UWO has options.
By Syedur Rahman, Nicola Sharp
The fall-out from the collapse of Carillion is set to claim many victims.