2017 is a pivotal year for the regulation of corporate crime in the UK. Criminal law continues to march into the business sphere. The impending introduction of the Criminal Finances Bill and a call for evidence on a corporate offence of failing to prevent economic crime ought to be given careful consideration by those investing in UK business.
Further with many commentators predicting an increasing number of sophisticated cyber-attacks will emerge throughout the course of the year, businesses ought to be aware of the pro-active steps which can be taken to mitigate the cyber threat.
Our expert speakers Craig Kennedy and James McMillan of MMS and Steve Love QC will discuss the following topics:- -The new corporate offence of failing to prevent tax evasion
- Bribery post the Rolls Royce case
-The litigation and regulatory risk presented by Cyber Crime
1900 Panel discussion
1915 Drinks and a further opportunity to ask questions
The Capitol, 431 Union Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6DA