GIR June 2014

Pages: 48

ISBN: 2055-0502



  • £100.00

The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has had a somewhat bumpy ride recently although many people believe the outlook for the agency is positive. In this issue of GIR, SFO Director David Green discusses the authority’s renewed vision; comparisons to US corporate prosecutions; the arrival of DPAs; and the use of external counsel in the Victor Dahdaleh trial.

GIR also travelled to Amsterdam to visit some of the city’s leading investigations lawyers. With two major Dutch companies – SBM Offshore and Ballast Nedam – in the limelight recently, not to mention problems for Amsterdam-based auditor KPMG, lawyers there have seen a surge in this area of work.

We also find out why some Dutch lawyers are advising their clients that self-disclosing corruption issues in the Netherlands may not be quite as barmy as it sounds.

In this issue:

  • Interview: David Green, Director – SFO
  • Summoned to appear: the increasing investigative impacts of parliamentary select committees
  • Interview: David Kirk – Light-touch regulation, individual prosecutions and agency cooperation
  • UK braced for Innospec follow-on damages trial
  • Interview: Marc Henzelin – European investigations, Swiss banks and unusual clients
  • The Netherlands: 
    • Dutch Courage: Self-disclosing in the Netherlands
    • Investigations Bar
  • Interview: Homer Moyer – Declinations, disclosure & double-dipping
  • Would ADM have stood up in court?
  • A Nightmare on Server Street: Zettabytes and the emerging regulatory risks
  • Interview: Mike Koehler – the uncomfortable truth about FCPA enforcement
  • People News

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