Mrs May had two aims to select. The first one she correctly identified when she became Prime Minister as “We need to act on the instruction of British people and leave the European Union”. Who did she mean by “We”? The second was when effectively the Executive lost control over Brexit in the Supreme Court in […]Read More
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Post Brexit, should legitimate client entertainment continue to be an “illegal inducement” for FCA regulated firms?
Post Brexit, should the hurdle for client entertainment for FCA regulated Financial Services firms currently also under EU MiFID II continue to be higher than it is under the UK Bribery Act where client entertainment is concerned? The Bribery Act is perfectly clear and applies to all UK “persons”. Under EU MiFID 2, UK Financial […]Read More
When Luke Johnson made his company saving loan to PV, that was the “moment of crisis” that was successfully averted by his action. Even though Mr Johnson clearly wanted to do the right thing and everything he could do to help, it appears that he extended that crisis environment to justify the subsequent selective briefing […]Read More
There are striking similarities between the Patisserie Valerie scandal and Enron because they both have entailed the concealment of debt away from the firm’s balance sheet. In each case the finance director has initially been vilified but a striking similarity is the cashing in of equity-related personal benefits by senior connected players in both events. […]Read More
By admin | September 24, 2018 | Category Training offered by Hannaford Associates
How to spot sociopathic/NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder) behaviour and misconduct within your organisation We live in an age of zero tolerance of various forms of office behaviour which once passed as acceptable. Toxic behaviour associated with narcissistic empire-building is arguably can be at least at least as harmful, both emotionally and financially, as any other. […]Read More