Welcome back for the second episode in this podcast series. We are joined by four partners from Mayer Brown's global Dispute Resolution practice: Chris Chapman and James Whitaker in London, Susanne Harris in Hong Kong, and Glen Kopp in New York, with London based Dispute Resolution senior associate Amanda Plowden asking the questions. The team examines some of the trigger points for FCA and PRA led investigations in the UK; describes the trigger points in the US and whistleblower incentives; discusses what may have triggered a rise in external investigations in Asia; and addresses overarching global trends regarding why investigations occur.
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