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Global Business Crime Outlook podcast series

In this ongoing series of bite-sized podcasts our global team discuss the hottest topics in the Dispute Resolution Business Crime space. These podcasts will provide commentary and insights on the latest trends in criminal enforcement across the globe: from bribery and corruption to money laundering and sanctions.

Stay tuned as we continue to add to this series in the upcoming months.

Episode 1

Prosecution under the Money Laundering Regulations: what does it mean in practice?

In this first episode of our Global Business Crime podcast series, Ben Packer, Elly Proudlock and Clare McMullen look at how breaching the Money Laundering Regulations can lead to criminal charges, what this means in practice and how criminal prosecution differs from regulatory enforcement.



Episode 2

Key Business Crime developments in Asia, Germany, the UK, the US and France

In this second episode of the Global Business Crime Outlook podcast series, Alison Saunders, Andrew Chung, Kerstin Wilhelm, Elly Proudlock, Sean Solomon and Eléonore Hannezo will each discuss key developments and trends taking place this year in their jurisdictions covering the UK, Asia and Europe.



Episode 3

Sanctions: examining the laws in Asia, UK, US and EU

In our third podcast Andrew Chung, Michael Lamson, Eric Liu, Kerstin Wilhelm and Satindar Dogra explore the various sanctions developments around the globe, including US sanctions and the latest trends from the Biden administration, the PRC blocking regulation and sanctions in China. We also cover the EU Blocking Regulation and recent EU sanctions developments with a discussion of the post-Brexit UK sanctions regime and evolution of OFSI.


Episode 4

Recent global developments and trends in anti-money laundering

Ben Packer, Kerstin Wilhelm, Doug Davison and Andrew Chung discuss the global trends in anti-money laundering and legislative developments in the US, UK, Germany and across Asia.


Episode 5

Cartels: Horizon scanning

In our fifth episode Alison Saunders, Tom Cassels, Doug Tween and Jonas Koponen will be discussing recent cartel developments and horizon scanning for future risk and legislative and enforcement changes.


Episode 6

Deferred prosecution agreements – where now for the SFO?

In this sixth episode hosted by Sara Trainor, Elly Proudlock and Jane Larner discuss how recent failures to secure convictions of individuals for corporate wrongdoing may impact on the long term success of the DPA process.


Episode 7

Cybercrime: Top tips on how to prepare for and respond to a cyber incident

In our seventh episode hosted by Ben Packer, we speak to Erez Liebermann, Peter Church and our guest speaker from FTI Consulting, Dave Harvey. We discuss who is behind these cyber-attacks, how they operate as well as our top tips on how to prepare for and respond to a cyber incident.


Episode 8

The key aspects of the newly established European Public Prosecutor's Office

In our eighth episode Kerstin Wilhelm and Florence Danis discuss the key aspects of the newly established EPPO which was set up on 1 June 2021. They will discuss what the EPPO does, how it is organised and what the future may hold.


Episode 9

A comparison of the DPA regimes in the UK and the US and the proposed new regime for Australia

In our ninth episode Alison Saunders is joined by Adam Lurie, Elly Proudlock and our guest speaker, Christopher Kerrigan, Partner at Allens in which they discuss the current DPA regimes in the UK and US as well as the proposed new regime for Australia. We also focus on the challenges that the UK and US authorities have faced with DPAs and try to examine what issues a new Australian model might have.


Episode 10

Compliance and litigation risks in the event of a cyber attack

In our tenth episode, Alison Saunders is joined by Erez Liebermann, Richard Smith and Adam Lurie where they discuss how to respond to a cyber-attack and what compliance and litigation risks you may face when dealing with a cyber-attack.


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