In Re (#7-8 July-August 2021)

Business Crime & Investigations

by Zoya Burbeza, Julian Hayes

What is business crime? The term business crime, which is also called “white-collar” crime, is generally used to describe offenses committed by businesses and their office holders, often for personal gain or for commercial advantage, but usually within the course of business dealings. It usually involves aspects of financial crime, although the motivation may not always be purely financial. Business crime includes (but is not limited to) fraud, money laundering, tax evasion, bribery and corruption, blackmail, insider trading, cyber security crimes and straightforward theft.

Zoya Burbeza is a consultant solicitor at Gateley, London

Julian Hayes is legal director at Gateley, London

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