Understanding the complexities of OFAC and the 50% rule

In the first of a series of new podcasts, we discuss OFAC and the notoriously difficult 50% rule.

Why has M&A activity decoupled from the stock market?

A short summary of a new report we link to that asks why M&A activity has decoupled from the stock market.

Five out of six UK companies fail to submit gender pay gap data

Employers in the UK are now required to report the gap between what they pay their female and male employees. With one month to the deadline, only one-sixth of UK employers have done so.

Germany's energy sector faces changes with announcement of complex RWE E.ON deal

Lisa Wright on a complex energy sector deal that she says is unlikely to conclude quickly.

Forbes announces 2018's billionaires

Forbes has released their list of the top 10 richest people on the planet in 2018, and used Orbis to complete their calculations.

Employers free to exploit gender pay gap reporting flaws, report using Bureau van Dijk data finds

According to the Financial Times, flaws in the planning and execution of the requirements for gender pay gap reporting mean employers can submit false information, or avoid reporting at all.

Assessing global foreign direct investment trends: webinar replay now available

On Wednesday, specialists in foreign direct investment from around the world tuned into our latest webinar, which we review here and link to.

"The future of entity due diligence" – and the part Orbis can play

A short review of and link to "The future of entity due diligence", an ambitiously thorough new article by financial crime expert Keith Furst.

January sees deal activity start strongly out of the blocks

Lisa Wright reviews deals in January, the third-most valuable opening month on record.

Dell pondering a return to the stock market?

Lisa Wright on rumors that tech giant Dell might be relisted, following its contentious 2013 delisting.

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