Virtual Round Table

Fraud & White Collar Crime 2014

The Fraud & White Collar Crime landscape has changed - and continues to change - significantly, particularly in the aftermath of the Libor scandal.  We spoke with 12 experts from around the world to discuss recent regulatory changes and interesting developments, outline how an organisation can safeguard against fraud and white collar crime and share their opinions on the biggest cases and trends to look out for in 2014.
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  • James Ratley
    Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
  • John P. Rupp
    August & Debouzy
  • Martijn Hin
  • David Corker
    Corker Binning
  • Gonenc Gurkaynak
    ELIG Attorneys-at-Law
  • Sharon van Rooyen
    Ernst & Young
  • Benno Schwarz
    Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
  • Ben Rose
    Hickman & Rose
  • Satnam Tumani
    Kirkland & Ellis International LLP
  • Steven Molo
    MoloLamken LLP
  • Randy Wilson
    RGL Forensics
  • Colleen Conry
    Ropes & Gray LLP
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