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Insolvency practitioners play key role in combating this costly crime
Police Scotland has received 48 requests to research Scottish Limited Partnerships since 2016.
Over the next 12 months, it is likely that the legal burden on corporates to prevent corporate crime will continue to grow and be supported by an increasingly aggressive response to potential breaches of business crime laws.
There is no evidence that Tesco‘s former finance chief bullied staff into falsifying the company‘s accounts, a court has heard.
Cyber-attacks on the NHS, Equifax and the NSA, and the disruption and fear they caused, helped move cyber security from the technology section to front page news.
Invoice finance, where a company secures borrowing against the money it is already owed by its customers, is now the preferred method of business lending
A mother and son from Fermanagh have each received suspended jail terms after admitting a series of fraud and money laundering charges.
The research found theft from unmanned checkouts has doubled in the last four years
The founder of a Chinese takeaway chain being investigated for money-laundering was more than £4million overdrawn when the firm entered administration.
A man who ran a large Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check fraud has been sentenced to five years and ten months at York Crown Court.
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