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Annie Robertson is a correspondent based in MLex's London office, covering anti-bribery and corruption, financial crime, legal and regulatory risk in the UK and Europe. She studied journalism at the University of Sheffield, followed by a Graduate Diploma in Law at The University of Law in London.
Selected Insights by Annie
A judge’s order for two former Serco executives to be acquitted of fraud charges is not just a humiliation for the SFO.
The current legal safeguard for whistleblowers in the UK is "toothless, overly complex and lacks the backing it needs to be effective."
Deloitte executives reading newspaper headlines would be forgiven for finding more to grimace about there than in the multimillion-pound malpractice fine.
A legal case taken by Wirecard investors against the German financial regulator BaFin is in “uncharted waters”.
A mammoth fine dished out to Commerzbank by the UK financial services regulator is a taste of things to come, as fraud is driven by Covid-19.