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A Practitioner's Guide to the Law and Regulation of Financial Crime 2nd ed

Edited by: Jonathan Peddie, Charles Thomson, Mark Simpson

ISBN13: 9780414050914
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780414043060
Published: September 2018
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £217.00

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A Practitioner’s Guide to Law and Regulation of Financial Crime provides a comprehensive coverage of the law and regulation relating to all aspects of the subject as they affect the practitioner.

It looks at the specifics of the UK regime, European level issues and global developments, and brings together everything within the financial crime agenda to give a coherent picture. The new edition has been revised to take account of the new UK financial services regulatory structure, recent legislation and newly emerging forms of financial crime.

  • Covers the roles of the FCA and PRA and their interaction with the National Crime Agency, Serious Fraud Office and other authorities
  • Includes practical steps to deal with prevention and investigation of fraud in the workplace
  • Features new coverage of online crime and security, resilience to cyber attacks and social media
  • Includes coverage of insider dealing and market abuse issues
  • Covers bribery and corruption and what to do if a breach is discovered
  • Explains the UK and international approaches to anti-money laundering and countering terrorist financing
  • Deals with trade and financial sanctions including UK, US and EU controls
  • Includes greatly expanded coverage of UK/US cross-border issues, as well as LIBOR and foreign exchange rigging
  • Looks at the civil liability of financial institutions
  • Includes coverage of internal and external investigations, and the investigatory powers of regulators and the SFO

Criminal Law, Banking and Finance
Financial Crime
International Issues
Preventing and Investigating Fraud in the Workplace
Online Crime and Security
Insider Dealing and Market Abuse
Bribery and Corruption
Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
Trade and Financial Sanctions and Export Controls
Civil Liability of Financial Institutions
FCA & PRA Investigations
Investigatory Powers In Criminal Proceedings
Internal Investigations
Bribery and Corruption—“Pleading Guilty or Fighting It”