• The introduction of new anti-corruption laws in the US and the UK has strengthened the hand of NGOs in preventing bribery and corruption

  • Corporates the world over are showing an ever greater desire to improve corporate governance, yet avoidable disasters in this area are commonplace. Where are the obvious places to start when it comes to raising standards?

  • The Austrian state of Salzburg is investigating whether a rogue trader may have lost £3bn of public money. FM looks at how the terrifying phenomenon of the rogue trader has already led to huge losses at some financial institutions and what can be done to stop them in the future

  • The takeover of Cadbury in 2010 by Kraft Foods sparked a review of how takeovers are conducted in the UK. It was designed to ensure that the intentions of the offeror are disclosed to employees of the target company and its shareholders

  • Third-party funders come to the aid of finance directors seeking to reduce the risk of litigation and control the costs

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