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Calls to recoup white collar crime earnings; bring in deferred prosecution deals – Sydney Morning Herald



Sydney Morning Herald
Calls to recoup white collar crime earnings; bring in deferred prosecution deals
Sydney Morning Herald
Separately, the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions in its submission to the inquiry said the penalty for the white collar crime of "general dishonesty" should be lifted to 10 years' jail from the current maximum of five years, while sentences

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New Dubai financial centre will combat fraud, bribery and terrorism financing – The National



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New Dubai financial centre will combat fraud, bribery and terrorism financing
The National
A new financial institution has been set up in Dubai with the aim of combating fraud, bribery and the financing of terrorism. The Dubai Economic Security Centre has been established through a law issued by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President of …
New law to protect Dubai's economy from financial crimesKhaleej Times
Dubai Economic Security Centre to protect businesses from crimesgulfnews.com

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White collar crime: Bangladesh perspective – Financial Express Bangladesh



Financial Express Bangladesh
White collar crime: Bangladesh perspective
Financial Express Bangladesh
White collar crime is an urban phenomenon, an offshoot of the urban affluent society. It is different from street crimes in that it is non-violent. Its impact is not felt immediately but the ripple effect of a single financial scam can devastate an

Financial Fraud Finder – WealthManagement.com (blog)



WealthManagement.com (blog)
Financial Fraud Finder
WealthManagement.com (blog)
As head of Corporate Resolutions, Inc., Springer oversees a team of 30 who investigate money managers for potential financial fraud. Among his clients: the New York State Common Retirement Fund. He charges $7,500 per background check, generating $6 …

University of Virginia Law Professor Brandon Garrett Says DC Circuit Wrong on Fokker – Corporate Crime Reporter



Corporate Crime Reporter
University of Virginia Law Professor Brandon Garrett Says DC Circuit Wrong on Fokker
Corporate Crime Reporter
And he has created perhaps the most comprehensive on-line database of corporate crime settlements — deferred and non prosecutions and plea agreements. Garrett says the database is being upgraded and the new improved database will be publically …

How financial fraud private eye Kenneth Springer digs up the dirt that money manager wants to stay buried – Crain’s New York Business



Crain’s New York Business
How financial fraud private eye Kenneth Springer digs up the dirt that money manager wants to stay buried
Crain’s New York Business
“So long as there's greed and people willing to turn a blind eye, I'm busy,” said Springer, a certified fraud examiner and former FBI special agent who since 1991 has run Corporate Resolutions Inc. Springer oversees a team of 30 who check out money …

Big banks to foot bill for ASIC corporate crime crackdown – ABC Online



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Big banks to foot bill for ASIC corporate crime crackdown
ABC Online
The Federal Government has fired back at Labor's plans for a banking royal commission by promising $120 million to boost the corporate regulator ASIC. The ABC understands the Government will raise the money for the Australian Securities and Investments …
Breaking bad: Banks forced to paydailytelegraph.com.au

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U.S. SEC Announces Settlement of Two Financial Fraud Cases (LOGI) – StreetInsider.com



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U.S. SEC Announces Settlement of Two Financial Fraud Cases (LOGI)
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The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced a pair of financial fraud cases against companies and then-executives accused of various accounting failures that left investors without accurate depictions of company finances. In one case …
US SEC sets penalties in two corporate fraud casesReuters
Ex-Logitech CFO Accused of Accounting FraudCFO

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Duke University Law Professor Samuel Buell Says Corporate America Prefers Being Prosecuted to Being Regulated – Corporate Crime Reporter



Corporate Crime Reporter
Duke University Law Professor Samuel Buell Says Corporate America Prefers Being Prosecuted to Being Regulated
Corporate Crime Reporter
And for corporations, the benefit of prosecutions is that they displace regulation. Punishing companies and people in the wake of a big corporate scandal — whether it be Enron, BP, GM, Exxon, Tylenol, the Ford Pinto, or any other — is an immediate

Financial Fraud Against Seniors – Inside INdiana Business



Inside INdiana Business
Financial Fraud Against Seniors
Inside INdiana Business
Another appealing factor for criminals is that the elderly are less likely to report fraud. Lack of reporting can be due to not knowing the process to do so, being too ashamed, not realizing they were scammed, or fearing that relatives may conclude