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Your roadmap for financial investigations

06 September 2016

Over the last few years, many businesses have faced global investigations on a scale – and with financial consequences – never seen before.

Businesses need to be ready to deal with all types of issues, from allegations of misconduct by traders and anti-competitive behaviour to money laundering and sanctions breaches, often involving multiple authorities in different jurisdictions. It is crucial to handle these investigations in a way that meets the expectations of the authorities involved whilst appropriately protecting the business from the risks arising from the investigation, including possible claims by third parties.

Hogan Lovells has created a financial investigations roadmap, drawing together themes and knowhow from our experience of handling investigations of all shapes and sizes.

The roadmap provides practical tips, including our dos and don’ts and strategic considerations when dealing with an investigation.

No two investigations are the same, of course. But every investigation has things it is important to get right – and things it is easy to get wrong, some of which can be hard to unpick later on. Here they are – in one place – so you don’t have to reinvent the wheel.

Please click here to visit the roadmap.

The team

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