With the House of Lords examining the effectiveness of the Bribery Act, Aziz Rahman of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli argues that the Act seems unnecessarily hard on SMEs.
Syedur Rahman of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli, talks about why companies will keep losing millions to financial crime unless action is taken.
Business crime solicitor Aziz Rahman examines Formula 1’s money laundering investigation and suggests ways that such a problem can be prevented in the corporate sector.
UK retailers have seen a “concerning spike” in severe violence against employees and a continued rise in retail crime such as shoplifting, new industry data has revealed.
The Treasury hopes new laws will make it harder for terrorists and criminals to move money through the UK financial system – which currently costs Britain £24bn a year.
When it comes to partners in crime prevention, Simon Gordon and Nick Fisher are two names to keep on the watch list. Real Business went to get some help with its enquiries.
Believing that British businesses should follow the example set by Virgin Trains in order to “nurture entrepreneurial spirit,” Richard Branson wants the nation’s leaders to make a concerted effort to hire ex-prisoners.
A recent £2m insurance fraud ring was uncovered by pure accident – and for Emil Eifrem of Neo Technology, that’s almost as worrying as the crime itself.
Certain professions, which we won't name, are often dubbed criminals and crooks. But what about those who find themselves on the wrong side of the law then into a profession? We've highlighted six recognisable individuals who have turned around their situations for the better to dominate the business world.
Intellectual property (IP) crime is being tackled in shops, websites and local markets, according to new figures.
A UK specialist anti-fraud team has recently uncovered losses of £13m among 200,000 people whose names were found on so-called "sucker lists". Digging deeper, we found that British investors had been involved in quite a few large-scale boiler room plots.
People keep telling me ‘The Cloud’ will change the face of business. Now, as many people will know, I am much happier with nuts and bolts than processors and data bytes, but I’m no Luddite and am happy to embrace new technology.