Faisal Osman addressed the Butterworth's conference on Economic Crime in London on 21 June 2012.
He spoke about Deferred Prosecution Agreements, what the are, what is to be expected and an analysis of their advantages and disadvantages.
Butterworths introduced the Conference in this way:
Despite the hype surrounding the implementation of the Bribery Act 2010 last year, the FSA have reported that many banks have not taken adequate measures to protect themselves with adequate anti-corruption processes. In this climate it can therefore be easy to overlook the range of other corporate and economic offences which, if committed, can have serious punitive repercussions.
This is especially important with the increasingly international nature of businesses and the extra-territorial reach of international corporate crime legislation.
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