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IMF Country Report No.08/318 – Mauritius

IMF Country Report No.08/318 – Mauritius: 2008 International Monetary Fund September 2008 – Report on the Observance of Standards and Codes—FATF Recommendations for Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail

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Fire Risk Assessment – GUIDE

This guide is for all employers, managers, occupiers and owners of offices and shops. Details of other guides in the series are listed on the back cover. It tells you about how you might comply with fire safety law, helps you to carry out a fire riskassessment and identify the general fire precautions you need […]

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FSA report on UK financial sanctions

A full copy of the FSA report on financial services firms’ approach to UK financial sanctions is available for download at http://www.fsa.gov.uk/pubs/other/Sanctions%20Final%20Report.pdf. FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail

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Auditing your Screening Process –

Auditing your Screening Process – HR departments should approach the hiring process as they would any acquisition, joint venture or other significant transaction involving company assets. Screening a potential hire is an important step of the process which should not be neglected. Before a company opens its doors to new employees, hiring managers should stop […]

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Developing an employment reference policy

Developing an employment reference policy that makes sense – Employment references present a difficult dilemma for organisations. Some wish to provide glowing references to deserving employees – or to those who they would rather see employed elsewhere. Others may wish to address every real or perceived flaw in an employee’s performance. Favourable, unfavourable and neutral […]

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Aon fined for suspicious payments

Aon fined for suspicious payments – The fine is the biggest yet from the FSA related to financial crime – The UK arm of the insurance broking group Aon has been fined £5.25m for making “suspicious payments” worth $7m (£4.6m) to people and firms overseas. The fine was levied by the Financial Service Authority (FSA) […]

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Lloyds TSB agrees to pay fine of $350m for sanctions help

Lloyds TSB agrees to pay fine of $350m for sanctions help – Lloyds TSB has agreed to pay $350m (£231m) to the US government for helping customers get around American sanctions on dealing with Libya, Sudan and Iran. The bank, which the British government will shortly own a 43pc stake in, agreed to settle the […]

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Unregulated Funds amendments

Unregulated Funds – (Jan 28) – Two amendment orders have come into force in respect of Unregulated Funds. The effect of the first order is that SPV GPs and trustees of Unregulated Funds are now exempt from the requirement to be regulated for fund services business. The second order has added the Specialist Fund Market […]

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