Video: the changing face of regulatory investigations
Recent media headlines have reported that UK banks will face a further £1.3bn bill over the latest issue, this time in relation to the mis-selling of protection for identity theft and credit card fraud.
This is just the latest in a long line of high-profile regulatory investigations into mis-selling, LIBOR setting and trading irregularities. We now see increased large-scale regulatory reviews happening in major financial institutions, coupled with civil claims relating to the same matters, which have presented a whole new series of problems.
In this short video, PwC Fraud Academy chairman and partner John Tracey speaks with his fellow partner and expert in financial-services-focused investigations, Andrew Clark, and forensic technology director Jon Hayton about the changing face of regulatory investigations in the financial services industry.
Click on the link below to watch the PwC video, or download the transcript.
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