Is how we deal with serious fraud working?


Questioning the Serious Fraud Office over its financial crime-busting credentials

Will 3D printing revolutionise construction?

Dubai is pioneering the use of 3D printing in an effort to drive property sales and significant savings. But whether this marks the beginning of worldwide adoption remains to be seen

Drilling for the truth in oil ‘scandal’

Controversy surrounds the dealings of an energy consultancy accused of bribery and corruption involving big-name UK companies

Descending into conflict: tech minerals finance war

Mining employee, or creuseur, descends into a copper-cobalt mine in Kawama, Democratic Republic of the Congo, where conditions are dangerous with little to no safety equipment or structural support in the tunnels; they are paid on average $2 to $3 a day

The technology we now take for granted relies on minerals which may have been mined in conflict zones where the trade finances war and oppression

Management of business risk must be a science

Management of risk must be a science

The potential domino effect of a crisis is an ever-present risk to UK businesses with supply chains and markets abroad and at home