How should your company respond to the GDPR enforcement regime? As part of GDR Insights 2020, FRA Founding Partner Frances McLeod and Partner Simon Taylor, give their views on the rapidly changing data environment, and how companies should respond to the GDPR enforcement regime. Read the full chapter now and see how you can navigate […]
Reactions inspired by the Snowden leaks continue to heat up, the most recent being Roussef’s plans set up Brazil’s own secure email servers and to introduce legislation that would require all online information concerning Brazilians to be stored physically in Brazil. What is clear is that there is a significant gulf between the US attitude […]
Originally published in Oil & Gas Financial Journal, September 2013. The article, cowritten by Toby Duthie and Derek Patterson at FRA, and David Lorello at Covington & Burling LLP, explores the impact of Anti-Bribery and Corruption (ABC) legislation on the extractive sector. It highlights key ABC risk areas at an operational level and in terms […]
Originally published in Latin Corporate- Anti-bribery and corruption (ABC) legislation is similar across many jurisdictions. The prohibitions are deliberately broad and typically follow standards set forth in the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, which in turn was largely modelled on the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Real Full Article
Published in July 2013 and authored by Forensic Risk Alliance Partner, David Lawler, “Keeping to the Rules,” is an article that details what accounting records should be kept to satisfy international bribery regulations. It was first published in Accountancy. Click here to view the article from Accountancy.