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May 25, 2023

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has now been in force for five years. During that time, fines have totalled close to €2.8 billion, with over €1 billion in fines coming in the past 12 months. The most recent fines show that both large and small businesses are subject to regulators’...

May 22, 2023

The UK ranks second highest among money laundering hot spots worldwide, with an estimated £88 billion laundered each year.

Financial institutions are responsible for catching the bad actors to prevent and stop money laundering. But unfortunately, it’s not always easy to identify who they are.

In this episode, we are...

May 15, 2023

This case involves the mining and commodities giant Glencore, which was fined £281m for using bribes to bolster its oil profits in five African countries. The company paid cash bribes to officials in the country’s national oil and gas companies.


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May 9, 2023

In this episode, we look at a case involving the US government's first-ever prosecution of a corporation for providing material support for terrorism. In this case, Lafarge and its subsidiary pled guilty to giving donations and “taxes” to ISIS and al-Nusrah Front (ANF), two of the world’s most notorious...

May 3, 2023

Richard Rufus was part of both Charlton Athletic teams that earned promotion to the Premier League during the Alan Curbishley era, playing in the 1998 Football League First Division play-off final against Sunderland that Charlton won on penalties. Ten years after being inducted into Charlton's Hall of Fame in 2013, he...