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Compliance & Regulatory Episodes

09:11Short term incentives: can you have them?
Bradley Richardson and Dr Hazel McLaughlinLinklaters

Short term incentives: can you have them?

Posted 3 months ago

Is there still a place for short-term targets in business? Bradley Richardson, Employment and Incentives...

08:49Driving an effective speak up culture
Gavin Lewis and Simon Kerr-DavisLinklaters

Driving an effective speak up culture

Posted 3 months ago

Take a seat alongside this conversation between Gavin Lewis, a Dispute Resolution Partner at Linklaters,...

05:50The "Five P's" of Ring-Fencing
Martin Halford and Mark PritchardBarclays

The "Five P's" of Ring-Fencing

Posted 8 months ago

Martin Halford offers a masterclass on how to break down highly technical legal areas into...

06:18Protecting Whistleblowers & Establishing A Positive Culture
Jillian Naylor and Sarina WilliamsLinklaters

Protecting Whistleblowers & Establishing A Positive Culture

Posted 10 months ago

“It’s the way things are done around here.” What does culture mean and how do...

06:37Navigating A Cyber Attack
Lucy Blake, Jemma Purslow and Alaister JohnsonLinklaters

Navigating A Cyber Attack

Posted 10 months ago

It can be the worst nightmare for any business - a ransomware attack. For a regulated...

06:59Navigating The First 72 Hours Of A Crisis
Rachel Barrett, Elenor Parkhouse and Sara CodyLinklaters

Navigating The First 72 Hours Of A Crisis

Posted 10 months ago

“The FCA will not thank you if the first it hears of your crisis is...

06:20Navigating Your Regulatory Priorities
Ben Packer and Alastair HoltLinklaters

Navigating Your Regulatory Priorities

Posted 10 months ago

For new players in the banking market, navigating the regulatory environment is crucial and with...

08:47How to speak out & listen up: Part 1
Wendy Addison and Nick PonttSpeakOut SpeakUp and Browne Jacobson

How to speak out & listen up: Part 1

Posted a year ago

Nick Pontt, Partner at Browne Jacobson, interviews Wendy Addison on her experiences as a whistleblower....

11:38The Legal Shade: Whistleblowing legislation and NDAs
Wendy Addison, Trevor Clark and Anna BealeSpeakOut SpeakUp, UCL and Cloisters Chambers

The Legal Shade: Whistleblowing legislation and NDAs

Posted a year ago

Wendy talks whistleblower protection legislation and NDAs with Trevor Clark of UCL and Anna Beale,...

12:34The Organisational Shade: Awareness of Rights and Corporate Culture
Wendy Addison, Jillian Naylor and Deborah ThomasSpeakOut SpeakUp, Linklaters and Collinson Group

The Organisational Shade: Awareness of Rights and Corporate Culture

Posted a year ago

Wendy speaks with Jillian Naylor, partner at Linklaters, and Deborah Thomas, Head of Risk at...

09:57The Behavioural Shade: Psychological Conflict
Wendy Addison, Deborah Thomas and Dr Elizabeth LuminatiSpeakOut SpeakUp and Collinson Group

The Behavioural Shade: Psychological Conflict

Posted a year ago

Our final episode turns to behavioural, cultural and psychological aspects of whistleblowing. Wendy is joined...

08:20How to speak out & listen up: Part 2
Wendy Addison and Nick PonttSpeakOut SpeakUp and Browne Jacobson

How to speak out & listen up: Part 2

Posted a year ago

In episode two of 50 Shades of Whistleblowing, Wendy asks Nick his views on financial...

06:32Industry & Competitor Meetings
Josh Buckland and Anand PatelLinklaters

Industry & Competitor Meetings

Posted a year ago

Arguably the single hottest subject on Competition Law for in-house legal teams is how to...

09:09How to Handle a Competition Investigation
Verity Egerton-Doyle and Rebecca SaundersLinklaters

How to Handle a Competition Investigation

Posted a year ago

Do you want to know exactly how you should handle a regulatory investigation as according...

14:58Winning Hearts & Minds In Compliance
Andrew Kivell and Greg MookVodafone Business

Winning Hearts & Minds In Compliance

Posted a year ago

Are you looking for inspiration on how to lead your compliance function? Do you want...

19:00The UK Modern Slavery Act - Where we are, where we are going, why businesses should care
Patricia Carrier, David Westlake, James Ewins QC and Justine CurrellThe International Justice Mission, Queen Elizabeth Building, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre and Unseen

The UK Modern Slavery Act - Where we are, where we are going, why businesses should care

Posted 2 years ago

“More and more stakeholders are scrutinising company reporting on this issue because it matters to...