ETHIC Intelligence hosts second annual international conference
on corruption prevention Standards and Guidelines

OECD Conference center, Paris, Monday September 11, 2017

ETHIC Intelligence was very pleased to host its second annual international conference on Standards and Guidlines: Recent developments in Anti-Corruption Compliance on September 11, 2017 at the OECD conference centre in Paris. You can now view photos and video from the conference where experts from business, civil society and government exchanged and debated on how best to progress in the fight against corruption.

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Elizabeth Robertson

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLPContact Ms. Robertson Access Ms. Robertson’s bio

Selected professional experience

Selected professional commitments and distinctions


Representative work

  • advising a large multinational company that provides services to the government in relation to alleged improper distribution of profits; advising on SFO and City of London Police investigations into the company; and advising its subsidiary on the U.K. Bribery Act;
  • compliance advice for a Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund in connection with anti-money laundering and anti-corruption policies;
  • compliance advice for a Canadian-listed mining business operating in Europe relating to whistleblowing, data protection and anti-corruption procedures;
  • conducting internal investigations for an international broker in connection with allegations of corruption and fraud;
  • advising a major newspaper in connection with investigation into bribing public officials (Operation Elveden) and phone hacking (Operation Weeting);
  • representing the Pakistani Cricket Board and the Pakistani cricketers in connection with the Metropolitan Police investigation into spot fixing and Mohammad Asif in relation to the disciplinary investigation by the International Cricket Council;
  • advising media organisations in connection with the “Diana” inquiry and the Leveson Inquiry into the Media, Culture and Ethics;
  • advising a financial institution following a thematic review by the Financial Services Authority;
  • successfully defending enforcement action in connection with breaches of FSA rules relating to the conduct of mortgage business as well as the FSA’s principles for business; and
  • defending FSA enforcement action in relation to insider trading, market abuse and LIBOR cases.


Selected publications and conferences

  • C5 Women in Compliance Awards judge, London 2015
  • Speaker at C5 Anti-Corruption conference, London 2015
  • Speaker at “Enforcement Trends & Dispute Resolution Management in the EU, MENA, Turkey, Russia and the CIS for the Construction & Infrastructure Sectors” Moroglu Arseven/Ernst & Young/K&L Gates conference, Turkey, October 2015
  • Are your Company’s Legal, Due-Diligence, De-risking, or Compliance Obligations Impacted by the “Panama Papers“, K&L Gates Publication, April 2016
  • “From Strength to Strength: Financial Sanctions“, K&L Gates Publication, March 2016
  • “The Sour Taste of Corruption: Part I ” K&L Gates Publication, February 2016 
  • SFO v Standard Bank plc – The U.K.’s First DPA, an Unusual Set of Facts? “, K&L Gates Publication, November 2015
  • “Today Deferred Prosecutions (“DPA’s”) come into force in the UK”, K&L Gates Publication, February 2014 


  • College of Law, Guilford
  • Nottingham Trent University (LLB) – (2:1) hons


  • English
  • French

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