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Practitioner's Guide to The Law and Regulation of Financial Crime, A
Practitioner's Guide to The Law and Regulation of Financial Crime, A
2nd Edition
ISBN:  9780414050914
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 Dec 2017
Format:  Paperback
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A Practitioner’s Guide to Law and Regulation of Financial Crime provides a comprehensive coverage of the law and regulation relating to all aspects of the subject as they affect the practitioner. It looks at the specifics of the UK regime, European-level issues and global developments, and brings together everything within the financial crime agenda to give a coherent picture

Features:

• Covers the roles of the FCA and PRA and their interaction with the National Crime Agency, Serious Fraud Office and other authorities
• Deals with international issues and developments
• Includes practical steps to deal with prevention and investigation of fraud in the workplace
• Covers online crime and security, resilience to cyber attacks and the growing importance of social media
• Includes coverage of insider dealing and market abuse issues
• Covers bribery and corruption and what to do if a breach is discovered
• Explains the UK and international approaches to anti-money laundering and countering terrorist financing
• Deals with trade and financial sanctions including UK, US and EU controls
• Looks at the civil liability of financial institutions

CONTENTS
  • Financial crime
  • International and cross-border issues
  • Preventing and investigating fraud in the workplace
  • Online crime and security
  • Insider dealing and market abuse
  • Bribery and corruption
  • Money laundering and terrorist financing
  • Trade and financial sanctions and export controls
  • Civil liability of financial institutions
  • External investigations
  • Investigatory powers in criminal proceedings
  • Internal investigations
  • Criminal investigations; forensic investigations
  • Bribery and corruption – “pleading and fighting it”.
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