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U.K. officials talk enforcement, cooperation, more

Jaclyn Jaeger | September 12, 2017

Several officials with the U.K. government in remarks last week provided compliance officers and in-house counsel with a wealth of information on what new enforcement and regulatory priorities are on the horizon, and how companies can stay on the right side of prosecutors.

At the 35th Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime, held from September 3rd through September 10th at Jesus College, Cambridge, United Kingdom, British government officials provided a wealth of insight to compliance officers and in-house counsel on what new enforcement and regulatory priorities are on the horizon, and how companies can stay on the right side of prosecutors.

A main theme to come from the Symposium is that “the investigation and prosecution of commercial bribery, corporate fraud, and misconduct should and will remain a priority for U.K. law enforcement,” said David Green, director of the U.K. Serious Fraud Office, said... To get the full story, subscribe now.