RGL Blog: RGL Blog
Read topical comments on the world of financial forensics by key members of the RGL team and let us know your views.
20 Sep 2016
The Correlation is Not Always Obvious…
Knowing and understanding the many pieces in calculating damages from a product recall is an important piece of the puzzle when examining product recall coverage.
16 Sep 2016
When is a trend not a trend?
Been on holiday anywhere nice this summer? Have you noticed more people have chosen Spain this year? I for one went there for the first time in well over a decade...
08 Sep 2016
Common misconceptions… about work culture
Jokes and cultural references do not travel well and are hard to translate and localise to a different culture. Comedians know that jokes are based on cultural understanding, have a familiarity...
02 Sep 2016
Cyber & Old School Solutions
The 1960’s is still viewed as one of the 20th Century’s musical high water marks. It gave us The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, The Doors and Bob Dylan...
19 Aug 2016
Pension Fund Deficits – behind the headlines
There has recently been a great deal of media coverage on the subject of Pension Fund deficits whether relating to individual companies such as BHS or Tata Steel or the...
19 Aug 2016
Here We Go Again……..
The news that Sage, the UK software company, has experienced a data breach adds that company to a rather inauspicious list.
17 Aug 2016
Do Waiting Periods Work in Cyber Claims?
One thing RGL are looking closely at is how to quantify business interruption insurance claims arising from cyber events.
09 Aug 2016
You scratch mine and I will scratch yours...
I was recently asked this question by a partner in a law firm: “To what extent will your firm be able to pass work back to us?” In this instance...
08 Aug 2016
Are we entering a "golden age" of FCPA declinations?
Recent FCPA declinations are calling into question the DOJ’s enforcement policies in light of the guidelines presented in the Yates Memo and the DOJ FCPA Enforcement Pilot Program.
06 Aug 2016
On rate cuts and Mark Carney’s Superman Act
Yesterday’s triple whammy of a rate cut, increased quantitative easing and a Term Funding Scheme (“TFS”) by the Bank of England was both unexpected and necessary.