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News

KPMG moves Karen Briggs to financial crime practice

Briggs was previously the head of the Brexit department at the Big Four firm

19 March 2018
News

Former Equifax CEO charged with insider trading

The CEO of Equifax is charged by the Commission for trading using information about a data breach before it was made public

15 March 2018
News

Average tax fraud sentences rise to four years

HMRC has pushed for tax fraud to be considered as a more serious offence

9 April 2018
Technical

How firms can step up the fight against corporate crime

Caroline Biebuyck examines how small and medium-sized practitioners keep up with their responsibilities

2 March 2017
News

Cyber-attack reports soar by 80%

The number of cyber-attacks reported by financial services organisations rose by more than 80% last year

30 January 2018
News

Wayne Rooney hit with £5m tax bill

Former England captain Wayne Rooney has been ordered to pay £5m to HMRC over a film investment scheme

28 February 2018
Features

The complications of crime in business

Today's business criminals are increasingly difficult to pin down, exploiting new channels and operating across international boundaries

8 February 2018
Opinion

Accountants are gatekeepers to economy

The profession has a vital role to play, says Michael Izza

7 December 2016
News

UK regulators get tougher

The average fine issued rose from £10.3m to £42.3m

30 November 2015
News

MPs to investigate Russian money-laundering in UK

Treasury Committee to probe claims that Russians are using the property market to launder “dirty money”

29 March 2018

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