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Regulators failing to hold senior executives to account for economic crime, new analysis reveals

Last month, Spotlight on Corruption published a review showing that senior executives at large British companies who engage in economic crime, financial wrongdoing or regulatory breaches almost never face any consequences.

In this analysis for LexisNexis Corporate Crime expert, Julia Steinhardt reviews the key findings of the report and what she considers to be the most interesting points and why.

She also discusses the causes behind the figures, whether the findings should be a cause for concern, the recommendations made and how effective they would be.

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