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    Titles

    1. Letter from the Editor, September 2016
    2. The two cultures of corruption
    3. Letter from the Editor, July 2016
    4. Top tips for selecting and managing outside investigators
    5. He’s watching for a sign*: Working effectively with a Corporate Compliance Monitor
    6. Letter from the Editor, June 2016
    7. How technology can help minimise risk in the compliance process
    8. Letter from the Editor, May 2016
    9. Risk-based due diligence: SMEs and low risk engagements
    10. Letter from the Editor, April 2016
    11. Preventing fraud and financial crime: Part 2
    12. Decoding the Chinese anti-corruption watchdog’s reporting on state-owned enterprises
    13. Letter from the Editor, March 2016
    14. Preventing fraud and financial crime: Part 1 – communication is key
    15. Letter from the Editor: February 2016
    16. Sanctions compliance
    17. Letter from the Editor, December 2015
    18. Book Review: Emerging Risks: A Strategic Management Guide, Catherine Antoinette Raimbault and Anne Barr (Editors)
    19. Letter from the Editor, November 2015
    20. A new fraud: the impersonation of CEOs
    21. Letter from the Editor, October 2015
    22. Interview with Richard Bistrong
    23. Letter from the Editor, September 2015
    24. Managing whistleblowers to benefit investigations in China
    25. Letter from the Editor, July 2015
    26. Has China’s Anti-Corruption Drive Had Any Real Impact on Commercial Bribery?
    27. Letter from the Editor, June 2015
    28. Virtual currency: a new challenge for international AML enforcement
    29. Letter from the Editor, May 2015
    30. Refining the art of corruption investigations and subsequent dismissals in China
    31. Letter from the Editor, April 2015
    32. Physical security and anti-fraud security. Strange bedfellows or a match made in heaven?
    33. Developments in the British Virgin Islands that assist in the fight against fraud
    34. Letter from the Editor, March 2015
    35. Letter from the Editor, February 2015
    36. Positive Developments in El Salvador: Revised Anti-Money Laundering and Assets Act and Presidency of the CFATF
    37. Letter from the Editor, December 2014
    38. Credit card fraud: Italy is confirmed as one of the safest countries for card payments
    39. Letter from the Editor, November 2014
    40. Addressing global anti-corruption enforcement trends: how Statoil’s procedures meet changing challenges
    41. Letter from the Editor, October 2014
    42. Third party claims: What to do when you can’t make a claim against the fraudster
    43. Letter from the Editor, September 2014
    44. An introduction to cyber crime, security and digital intelligence
    45. Letter from the Editor, July 2014
    46. One person’s gift, another person’s bribe: The challenge of giving gifts in China, Part II
    47. Letter from the Editor, June 2014
    48. One person’s gift, another person’s bribe: The challenge of giving gifts in China, Part 1
    49. Letter from the Editor, May 2014
    50. Finding the right compliance professionals for your business
    51. Letter from the Editor, April 2014
    52. Extract taken from Fraud: The Counter Fraud Practitioner’s Handbook, edited by Alan Doig
    53. Letter from the Editor, March 2014
    54. Fraud: not just an external threat
    55. Letter from the Editor, February 2014
    56. Doing business in and with China: Battling a corruption culture by building a compliance culture
    57. Letter from the Editor, December 2013
    58. The importance of screening employees for bogus degrees
    59. Letter from the Editor, November 2013
    60. Book Review: An Introduction to Internet-Based Financial Investigations: Structuring and Resourcing the Search for Hidden Assets and Information by Kimberly Goetz (London: Gower Publishing Limited, 2012)
    61. Applying financial sector anti-fraud and corruption strategies to football (or soccer – for our US friends)
    62. Letter from the Editor, October 2013
    63. Book Review: Detecting and Reducing Supply Chain Fraud
    64. Letter from the Editor, September 2013
    65. The court of public opinion: Winning the reputation battle during a crisis
    66. Victoria’s new anti-corruption commission
    67. Letter from the Editor, June 2013
    68. The new LIBOR rules that split up the FSA
    69. Letter from the Editor, May 2013
    70. Letter from the Editor, March 2013
    71. Proposal for a Fourth Money Laundering Directive: Overview
    72. Letter from the Editor, February 2013
    73. Achieving compliance through efficiency
    74. One year on: The new German anti-money laundering law
    75. Letter from the Editor, January 2013
    76. Letter from the Editor, November 2012
    77. Book Review: Stock Market Efficiency, Insider Dealings and Market Abuse by Paul Barnes
    78. 10% Discount on IIR’s Fraud Detection and Prevention Courses, London, 16-17 January 2013
    79. Letter from the Editor, October 2012
    80. Ireland’s accelerated reform of white collar laws continues apace
    81. Book Review: Fraud and Corruption in Public Services by Peter Jones
    82. Transparency International guidance on mergers, acquisitions and investments
    83. Deferred prosecution agreements in England and Wales: How does the recent consultation compare with practice in the United States?
    84. Ireland poised to toughen up bribery and corruption laws
    85. FinCEN Includes Mortgage Lenders in AML Regulations
    86. Taking Action Against Fraudsters: The Options in the United Kingdom
    87. Increased Regulation: Burden or Opportunity?
    88. Australia’s Dirty Laundry: Australia Moves to Improve its Anti-Bribery and Money Laundering Report Card Prior to 2012 OECD Review
    89. Understanding Corruption in India
    90. UBS: The View From Across the Street
    91. White Collar Crime and Punishment: It Could Happen to You
    92. Chambers and Partners Award
    93. New German Tax Act Responds to FATF Concerns
    94. Trade-Based Money Laundering: A Case Study
    95. Book Review: The Investigation and Prevention of Financial Crime: Knowledge Management, Intelligence Strategy and Executive Leadership by Petter Gottschalk
    96. The BAE Tanzania Corruption Investigation: A Clue to The Future of The UK’s Approach?
    97. Book Review: Crime and Corruption in Organizations, Edited by Burke, R.J., Tomlinson, E.C. and Cooper, C.L.
    98. Overseas Bribery: More Velvet Glove, Less Iron Fist
    99. Incentivising Whistleblowers: What Can Other Countries Learn from the US?
    100. Quantifying Damages to IP from Fraud
    101. Does Everybody Do It? Identifying the Motivation to Commit Fraud
    102. Health Care Fraud:  Fighting the Tide
    103. Overhauling the Regulation of Global Financial Services
    104. The UK Bribery Act: Incentivising Co-Operation
    105. Extraterritorial Enforcement of US Laws
    106. Ireland Implements Third Money Laundering Directive 2005/60/EC
    107. An Overview of the UK’s New Bribery Act
    108. Fraud in the UK: The Need for Rigorous Investigation Across All Sectors
    109. Anti-Corruption Laws in China: Finding the Right Way in the Middle Kingdom
    110. Legal 500 Award
    111. Non-Conviction Based Forfeiture: The Irish Experience
    112. Is BAE Systems Too Big to Fail?: The Unintended Consequences of Anti-Bribery Investigations
    113. The Italian Constitutional Court’s Rejection of the Immunity Law: A Comparative Analysis
    114. The Pitfalls of Corporate Intelligence: How to Be a User and Not an Abuser
    115. The UK Gets Serious About Tackling Corruption
    116. The Future of Whistleblowing
    117. “Reasonable Grounds” in Suspicious Matter Reporting—The UK and Australian Perspective
    118. Anticipated Trends in FCPA Compliance and Enforcement: The Obama Administration’s Challenges in a Worldwide Economic Crisis
    119. People, Your Weakest Link: Social Engineering Vulnerabilities
    120. What Happened at Satyam?
    121. Echoes of the Corporate Frauds of Past Recessions
    122. Best Practice in Choosing and Managing Investigators
    123. Hawala: Indian Law and the FATF Recommendations
    124. To Cooperate or Not: The Corporate Leniency Program After Stolt-Nielsen
    125. Lord Woolf’s Report on BAE: A Practical Review
    126. Lord Woolf’s Report on BAE
    127. A Festering Sore at BAE
    128. Beyond the Basics: Implementing an Anti-Bribery Program that Works
    129. Australian Arrests Highlight Links Between Tax Evasion and Money Laundering
    130. Iran’s First Anti-Money Laundering Law: Will it be Effective at Opening Doors to the West?
    131. Guarding Against Corruption
    132. Singapore Lawyers as Gatekeepers
    133. Anti-Money Laundering and Combating Terrorist Financing: Guernsey Stays Ahead of the Game
    134. Changes to the Australian AML/CTF Regime
    135. Fraud: Prevention Really Is Better Than Cure
    136. Palestine Reacts to Boycott of Gaza Banks
    137. Anti-Corruption and Money Laundering in South Africa
    138. Implementing an Effective Anti-Money Laundering Policy
    139. Recent Developments in Money Laundering Legislation in Turkey
    140. China Joins the FATF
    141. What Does the Third Money Laundering Directive Mean for Compliance in Ireland?
    142. Prevention Is Better Than Cure
    143. Proposed New SEC Anti-Fraud Rule for Hedge Funds and Advisors
    144. Letter From the Editor, July 2007
    145. Corporate Anti-Corruption Legislation
    146. Fraud and Asset Tracing & Recovery – A Guernsey Perspective
    147. Letter From the Editor, May 2007
    148. The Monetary Authority of Singapore Anti-Money Laundering Notices and Guidelines: Proposals for Change
    149. Letter From the Editor, April 2007
    150. The Monetary Authority of Singapore Anti-Money Laundering Notices and Guidelines: Recent Developments
    151. Letter From the Editor, March 2007
    152. Fraud in the UK
    153. Letter From the Editor, February 2007
    154. Gathering Evidence in the Cayman Islands to Support Proceedings Elsewhere
    155. Letter From the Editor, December 2006
    156. Letter From the Editor, November 2006
    157. The Investigation of Fraud in Failed Companies in Israel
    158. Operation Wickenby: Recent Developments in the Investigation of Major Tax Fraud
    159. When It Isn’t Clear Who’s the Victim and Who’s the Beneficiary
    160. Fraud for the Benefit of Others Is Still Fraud
    161. Letter From the Editor, October 2006
    162. Suing For the Destruction of Computer Data
    163. Letter From the Editor, August 2006
    164. When Does Fraud Trigger Disclosure?
    165. Letter From the Editor, July 2006
    166. Who We Are