The Jp Morgan Scandal And The Definition Of Bribery

JP Morgan is paying $264M to settle allegations of bribery over its hiring of children of key Chinese decision makers to try and secure business. Aziz Rahman explains what constitutes bribery and how to prevent it.

Challenging Prosecution Allegations At The Investigation Stage

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has decided not to prosecute Soma Oil and Gas regarding corruption in Somalia, due to insufficient evidence. Aziz Rahman looks at what insufficient evidence means and how to challenge prosecution allegations.

Preventing Fraud And Money Laundering

The government wants corporate executives charged when their staff carry out offences such as fraud and money laundering. How can you make sure you’re not one of those prosecuted?

Bitter Pill

Aziz Rahman explains why the latest pharmaceutical bribery scandal emphasises the need for companies to have a strong compliance policy.

No Avoiding It

Accountants and advisors could face tougher fines for helping clients avoid paying tax. So how can they make sure they do not fall foul of the law?

Fair Trade?

Aziz Rahman explains the difference between wrongful and fraudulent trading and outlines what those in business need to know to avoid being accused of either.

Collapse

Aziz Rahman examines some of the issues involved before, during and after a company collapses.

Damage Limitation

Putting right the wrongs and minimising the damage when your company is accused of business crime.

Lengthy Sfo Investigations

Aziz Rahman considers whether SFO investigations could be concluded quicker.

Pensions and the risk of fraud

What those working in pensions must do to avoid being a victim of fraud – or being accused of it.