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William Hill fined over money laundering cases

The bookmaker agrees to pay a £6.2m fine for senior management failures

1 day ago
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
News

Director disqualified for “nastiest” fraud

The judge said the director’s behaviour was “of the nastiest kind” and wanted to hand out a longer sentence

6 days ago
News

Alexis Sanchez avoids jail for tax fraud

New Manchester United player Alexis Sanchez has accepted a suspended 16-month prison sentence for tax fraud in Spain

7 February 2018
News

SFO launches probe into Chemring

The company is being investigated over bribery, corruption and money laundering allegations

18 January 2018
Opinion

What you need to know about Unexplained Wealth Orders

Accountants and tax advisers have to understand how UWOs work and why their clients might be at risk

13 February 2018
News

KPMG partners accused of contempt in China

Partners at the Big Four firm are reportedly facing contempt proceedings in relation to their work with China Medical Technologies

20 December 2017
News

UK failing on financial secrecy reform

The UK has been criticised for not pushing financial transparency reform on its overseas territories and crown dependences

31 January 2018
News

Wales footballer at centre of £5m fraud

Former Wales international Mark Aizlewood convicted of a £5m apprenticeship scheme fraud

6 February 2018
Technical

The challenges of keeping your surveillance systems up to date

Market, regulatory and commercial changes demand such systems are regularly updated and do not negatively affect day-to-day operations. Paul Golden reports

2 June 2017

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