"This book offers a commentary on the responses to white collar crime since the financial crisis. The book brings together experts from academia and practice to analyse the legal and policy responses that have been put in place following the 2008 financial crisis. The book looks at a range of topics including: the low priority and resources allocated to fraud; EU regulatory efforts to fight financial crime; protecting whistleblowers in the financial industry; the criminality of the rogue trader; the evolution of financial crime in cryptocurrencies; and the levying of financial penalties against banks and corporations by the US Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission."--Provided by publisher.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 Introduction / Nicholas Ryder Umut Turksen Jon Tucker chapter 2 The 2008 financial crisis and fraud: the roles of immoral phlegmatism, deviancy attenuation and de-labelling / Mark Button Martin Tunley chapter 3 The importance of whistle-blowers in uncovering financial misconduct in Potemkin villages 1 / Alison Lui chapter 4 Rogues in the City / Paul Keenan chapter 5 The systemic role of technology in financial instability / Dionysios Demetis chapter 6 The finance industry perspective / Jon Tucker chapter 7 Market abuse and the risk to the financial markets / Andrew H. Baker chapter 8 The FCA: protecting consumers of the consumer credit market in the wake of the global financial crisis / Daniel Jasinski chapter 9 Legislation and regulation in response to financial crime - pursuing ghosts? / Andrew Haynes chapter 10 Independence and protection of auditors in the EU anti-money laundering framework / Rhian Dow Umut Turksen chapter 11 Post-crisis regulation and prosecutions in financial crime: progress or paradox? / Gauri Sinha chapter 12 The financial crisis and its relationship with white collar crime in the United States of America: time for the Feds to fight back? / Axel Palmer chapter 13 The National Crime Agency: a critical analysis of its potential impact on the UK's financial crime policy / Christopher Recker chapter 14 Financial crises and financial crime: 'conscious coupling' and 'transformative understandings' of crime past, present and future / Sarah Wilson.