Jonathan Fisher QC has extensive experience in civil, criminal and regulatory cases, with particular expertise in the areas of bribery and corruption, economic sanctions, financial services, fraud, money laundering and proceeds of crime, and tax disputes. His work involves cross-border transactions, offshore companies and trusts. He is a visiting professor in practice at the London School of Economics and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is with Bright Line Law & Red Lion Chambers
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24 October 2017
Today, company directors need to understand that the law requires them to ensure that their company is required to police itself for good corporate governance. The days have long gone when directors could say that their singular role in life was to maximise company profits, without considering the wider implications of its actions.