In the first episode of the Global Investigations Podcast Series, Andrew Reeves (Partner, Investigations, Enforcement and Compliance team, London) is joined by Ruth Cowley (Head of Disputes and Investigations, London), Keith Rosen (Head of Risk Advisory, US) and Sharon Oded (Head of Investigations, Amsterdam) to discuss the early stages of an investigation; best practice in


Whistleblowing is on the rise – both within organisations and to authorities. An increase in whistleblowing is positive: it shows employees feel able to speak up, allows issues to be escalated, investigated and where necessary remediated. However, the increase in whistleblowing also presents challenges for companies to ensure that they are dealing effectively and

On Wednesday 12 June 2024, as part of our global ESG webinar series, please join us for the third instalment of this webinar series, as we expand on the greenwashing discussion held in the first webinar.

This webinar will feature a discussion from our NRF financial services enforcement team to provide a perspective on greenwashing

On Tuesday 16 April 2024, please join us for a webinar where our team from across EMEA will discuss the key recent and upcoming trends in financial crime legislation and regulatory enforcement in the EU, UK and Singapore.

This webinar will highlight important changes to anti-money laundering regulation and wider financial crime legislation in the

On 13 March 2024, the European Parliament issued a press release stating that it had adopted its first reading position on the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proposal, which allows consumers to, submit complaints against traders to entities offering independent, fast and affordable consumer redress.

Since they were established in 2013, the EU’s rules

On 18 July 2023, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published its 2022 reports on the use by Member State competent authorities (NCAs) of sanctions under the UCITS Directive and the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD). The reports are drafted pursuant to Article 99e(1) of the UCITS

On the 28 October 2022, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) issued its public statement setting out the European common enforcement priorities (ECEP) for the 2022 annual financial reports of issuers admitted to trading on EEA regulated markets.

The recommendations in the statement will be considered by national enforcers when they monitor

On 6 October 2022, the Dutch Central Bank (De Nederlandsche Bank, DNB) published a news item in which the regulator comments on transactions taking place between crypto service providers registered in the Netherlands and crypto service providers based outside of the EU which are not registered (non-EU crypto service providers).

On 8 July 2022, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published the following reports:

This week, the European Commission is reportedly expected to present a legal proposal to make the evasion of sanctions an EU crime. This step will equip EU countries with a legal tool to confiscate frozen assets as part of the measures taken against Russia. It is estimated that to date around €30 billion in assets