Global Banking Investigations At A Glance

Since the onset of the financial crisis, large banks and other financial institutions have faced intense scrutiny of their working practices, past and present. Investigations have been carried out by multiple regulators and other agencies, in multiple jurisdictions, often concurrently. The trend has been towards increasingly large-scale investigations, leading to record-setting fine amounts. In many cases these investigations have led to follow-on litigation by investors or clients as well as criminal prosecution of individuals in criminal courts.

Faced with such oversight, financial institutions have had to become more adept at addressing issues raised by the regulators, and to respond to those requests in a rapid but also comprehensive and accurate fashion.

Learn more about our capabilities and related experience in Global Banking Investigations by downloading NERA's At A Glance on this topic.