Today Bright Line Law is delighted to launch its new quarterly publication, Quarterly Matters.
The introductory edition of Quarterly Matters carries articles on regulatory cases and criminal benefit, corporate liability for third-party furlough fraud and a case study on a suspicious activity report (SAR). Of particular interest are an interview by Jonathan Fisher QC with the National Crime Agency, which includes new information on the SARs regime, and an urgent call for a review of the framework for rewarding informants. Informants and the public alike are in the dark about how and when rewards are assessed. Informants play an important role in the investigation of financial irregularities and reform is overdue.