Financial crime and corporate misconduct: a critical evaluation of fraud legislation
The Fraud Act 2006 presented a wholesale reform of the pre-existing deception offences under the Theft Act 1968 and Theft Act 1978. This edited collection offers a critical evaluation of fraud legislation and provides a review of the Fraud Act 2006 within the context of measures introduced within the previous decade to combat financial crime, fraud and white-collar offences. The edited collection brings together contributors from a range of unique perspectives including academics, practitioners and a former member of the judiciary. It covers several related themes and provides the reader with a unique and original commentary on how the Fraud Act 2006 has been applied by the courts, the type of prosecutions that have taken place, the effectiveness of the Act, and other legislation which is used to prosecute financial crime and corporate misconduct
London: Routledge, 2018
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Chris Monaghan, Nicola Monaghan
ISBN: 1138557099, 9781138557093
210 pages ; 24 cm.
The law of financial crime
Fraud Law and legislation Great Britain.; Law.; Great Britain. Fraud Act 2006.
Law of financial crime.
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