Full Disclosure
10 September 2015

Full Disclosure - Issue 1

Welcome to the first edition of Full Disclosure, a periodic review of developments in Investigations, Fraud and Compliance across the world. 

The last few months have been tumultuous in the world of economic and financial crime and in this first edition we look at the recent nuclear deal with Iran, data protection and state secrets in China, the rise of cybercrime across the world, how the Australian corruption watchdog may have overstepped its powers, the possibility of bringing civil claims in a corruption context to recoup losses and anti-corruption and the rule of law in post-election Nigeria. 

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