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Mergers & Acquisitions
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Restructuring & Insolvency
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Esin Attorney Partnership
Third-party due diligence systems are receiving renewed interest in Turkey. An increasing number of companies are adopting compliance programs to create an ecosystem of compliance for both antitrust and anticorruption issues. The companies are opting to invest in these systems due to active local authorities, increasing digitalisation, and to have an adequate control on compliance risk management. A successful compliance program creates an ecosystem of control and scrutiny that inspires a company’s corporate culture. It forms notions of compliance and ethics and affects employees’ behaviours. The compliance program itself consists of a number of tools, one of which is third party due diligence. [Continue Reading]
The discovery of serious criminal conduct within an organisation can be catastrophic and at the very least present a major distraction from the company’s core business.
Today, it is a question of when and not if a cyber security breach will occur in your business. Every organisation needs to be aware of the risks and how to react when a breach occurs.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
Internal investigations and public enforcement actions pose significant legal challenges for companies. The inherent multidisciplinary nature of the most frequent issues, which requires an in-depth knowledge not only of the laws and regulations of the relevant industry, but also of criminal, corporate, contract, data protection and labour law (often in more than one jurisdiction), increases these challenges.
In recent years the size of the administrative fines imposed by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) in enforcement cases has significantly increased. This article gives an overview of the CBI’s enforcement regime, including the compulsory information gathering-powers that the CBI has at its disposal and the scenarios in which these powers could be used in respect of UK-authorised firms. [Continue Reading]
Edmonds Marshall McMahon
Kate McMahon and, Tamlyn Edmonds of Edmonds Marshall McMahon discuss their approach to white-collar crime investigation and the unique role that specialist firms can play. [Continue Reading]
Edwards Duthie Solicitors
Being a director or senior officer of a corporate organisation has a number of responsibilities. With these is a corresponding liability when things go awry. These include the possibility of a prosecution if the criminal law has been breached.
Esin Attorney Partnership
Internal investigations can be challenging – they are fast paced, highly sensitive, completely confidential and necessitate strategic choices at every turn. They require a steady hand at the helm, guided by the most accurate and precise information available at the time. Internal investigations combine a number of skills such as crisis management, damage control and remedial procedure implementation. A strong infrastructure, experience and expertise are also beneficial in extracting, processing and reviewing data. In this sense, perfecting internal investigations is perfecting the collection of information and its flow to the company’s decision-maker.
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