In this issue of our quarterly newsletter, we will be taking you to aspects of financial crime that – to date – have been considered by industry experts and regulators alike to be somewhat ‘beyond the mainstream’. We all know-how, for example, regulatory scrutiny of the global systemic banks and expectations of the financial services […]
How to avoid costs, delays and disputes
How the Middle East is diversifying for the future
So simple. So powerful. So overlooked.
Deciding on the most appropriate method of delay analysis
The toponym ‘Berlin’ originates from old Slavic and has its genesis in the word ‘swamp’ (Berlo) when the town was founded in the 13th century. Ironically this word stem found its way into the name of the new Berlin Airport BER in memory of the invested sums, one may argue. It’s all about the money […]
What are the key challenges for insurance companies in responding to the outcome of the FCA’s COVID-19 business interruption insurance test case? FTI Consulting’s Romy Comiter and Najia Mukhtar explore in the latest issue of Risk & Compliance magazine. This article has been reprinted with kind permission from Risk & Compliance magazine.
What steps should companies take to ensure their compliance programme stands up to regulatory scrutiny? FTI Consulting’s Julian Glass and Katherine Gillespie share their insights in the latest issue of Risk & Compliance magazine together with Ali Kirby-Harris and Ben Morgan of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. This article has been reprinted with kind permission from Risk […]
Flughafen BER – Zeit fürs objektive Aufarbeiten?
AML regulations and scrutiny are increasing for gaming operators. Fines imposed in Europe last year notched a new record, surpassing £40 million. Organisations are forced to adapt, protect and grow their business in a challenging environment. Will your business pass regulatory scrutiny? At FTI Consulting, we understand the many challenges and opportunities that the industry […]
Sustainability is now being regularly discussed by Boards as a key part of the corporate strategic agenda. One year into the UN’s Decade of Action, with the COP26 Climate and the COP15 Biodiversity Summits and increased scrutiny by policymakers and regulators, activities have started to pick up speed. 2021 will require practical change beyond […]
How does financial crime interact with other complex threats – and how do organisations protect themselves whilst allowing business to continue? Firms, regulators and governments alike have been asking this critical (and, at times, overwhelming) question with increasing frequency. Yet, from the rise of disruptive technologies to cybersecurity threats, many organisations are still searching for […]
In a mini roundtable with Risk & Compliance magazine, Graham Handy and Darko Popovic from FTI Consulting’s Global Insurance Services team discuss the growing importance of sustainability for the insurance sector, as well as the key risks and opportunities. R&C: To what extent are sustainability issues now firmly on the insurance industry’s radar? Why has […]
In Risk & Compliance magazine’s latest expert forum, FTI Consulting’s Wayne Anthony and Piers Rake discuss the importance of whistleblower programmes and how to ensure whistleblower confidentiality while conducting an effective investigation with Novartis’ Robert Sikellis and Withers’ Meriel Schindler and James Hockin. R&C: Could you explain why having a whistleblower programme has become so […]
What UK insurers should be doing following recent court judgements
A step-by-step guide
The Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA), with the support of FTI Consulting, the WA Arbitration Initiative, Francis Burt Chambers and the Australian Bar Association, is pleased to present the results of the inaugural Australian Arbitration Survey.
Spotlight on the oil & gas industry
Insurance expense optimisation
A lot changed in 2020. The global pandemic has affected us all – how we work, how we shop, even how we communicate. We have adapted our lives in response to ‘the new normal’, so we should not be surprised that corporate fraud too is on the rise as fraudsters adapt their techniques. As technology […]