- New economic crime centre announced as part of government anti-corruption strategy
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- How does this fit with the government’s longer term policy for tackling economic crime?
- What model is this new branch going to adopt (ie is it adopting the Roskill model or a different one?) and what do you think this says about the government’s wider programme for tackling economic crime in Britain?
- Are there any other key points to address?
Corporate Crime analysis: Following the announcement of the creation of a National Economic Crime Centre (NECC), Neill Blundell, partner and head of corporate crime and investigations at Eversheds Sutherland, explains the function of the new agency.
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