Beginning an Internal Investigation: The UK Perspective

Beginning an Internal Investigation: The UK Perspective

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Chapter 5 of The Practitioner’s Guide to Global Investigations (Second Edition) by Christopher David and Lloyd Firth.

Excerpt: The potential trigger points for a company’s decision whether to undertake an internal investigation are wide ranging. They can include internal allegations of wrongdoing, adverse press reports, whistleblowing reports, an auditor’s discovery of apparent accounting irregularities, complaints made by a supplier or customer, a third-party litigation action being launched, or the commencement of an investigation into the company’s affairs by a government authority. Read the chapter.

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