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Corporate Investigations 2019
Swiss law does not impose direct obligations on companies to conduct internal investigations.
Switzerland
11 Jan 2019
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Retrocessions: Criminal Consequences Of Non Disclosure
In a recent decision 6B_689/2016 of 14 August 2018, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court held that the failure to disclose adequately retrocessions may constitute an act of criminal mismanagement.
Switzerland
5 Oct 2018
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Business And Human Rights - What Swiss Companies Need To Know
Under international law, the primary obligation to protect human rights is on states. However, in recent years, civil society has increasingly called for companies to be held to human rights standards.
European Union
21 Feb 2018
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Aspects Of Swiss Law Regarding Corporate Criminal Liability And Self-Reporting
In Switzerland, statistics show a trend where increasing numbers of corporate entities face prosecution.
Switzerland
2 Jan 2018
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La responsabilité pénale de l'entreprise après l'arrêt - Réflexions sur les relations entre l'infraction sous-jacente et l'art. 102 CP
La responsabilité pénale de l'entreprise est ancrée dans le Code pénal suisse (CP) depuis le 1er octobre 2003.
Switzerland
6 Feb 2017
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Corporate Criminal Liability: Clarification By The Federal Tribunal
The Swiss Federal Tribunal, the country's highest court, recently had the opportunity to give some guidance as to the scope of the SCC provision governing the criminal liability of corporate entities.
Switzerland
4 Jan 2017
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No Income Tax Deductibility For Corporate Criminal Fines In Switzerland
The Swiss Federal Supreme Court ruled that criminal fines and other financial penalties are not income tax deductible, as they do not constitute a justified business expense.
Switzerland
28 Dec 2016
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Corporate Criminal Liability
Criminal liability of corporations entered into force in Switzerland in October 2003.
Switzerland
25 Nov 2016
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Criminal Liability Of Corporations Requires Actual Proof Of An Underlying Offence
In a recently released decision (6B_124/2016 dated 11 October 2016), the Swiss Federal Supreme Court (SFSC) held, for the very first time, that the criminal liability of corporations and undertakings...
Switzerland
9 Nov 2016
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Logistik: «Im Zweifel Zahlt Man Halt»
Wie geschmiert läuft's oft nur geschmiert. Dies bestätigt in einer Umfrage jedes fünfte global tätige Schweizer Unternehmen.
Switzerland
19 Jul 2016
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The Role Of Switzerland As Host: Moves To Hold Sports Organisations More Accountable, And Wider Implications
Switzerland is an attractive base for international sports organisations, on account of its geographic location, highly qualified workforce, political stability, neutrality, security, quality of life and, most importantly, its very liberal legal code and attractive tax regime.
Switzerland
6 Oct 2015
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Revision Of The Stock Exchange Act: New Rules On Insider Trading
The amendments to the Stock Exchange Act that entered into force on 1 May 2013 result primarily in a comprehensive revision of the regulation against market abuse.
Switzerland
19 Jul 2013
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Swiss Corruption Case Shows That Corporate Criminal Law Is A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing
In a Swiss criminal investigation into bribery offences committed abroad, Alstom accepted heavy sanctions ordered by the federal prosecutor’s office.
Switzerland
1 Aug 2012
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