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A critical and comparative analysis of the role of competition law in relation to the regulation and enforcement of financial crime in the United Kingdom, European Union and the United States of America (2023)
Thesis
Johnson, D. A critical and comparative analysis of the role of competition law in relation to the regulation and enforcement of financial crime in the United Kingdom, European Union and the United States of America. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/10014269

Financial crime is a significant drain on economies across the world. This thesis will look at one aspect of financial crime, that of benchmark interest rate manipulation by competing banks, with the aim of identifying the best approach for the UK t... Read More about A critical and comparative analysis of the role of competition law in relation to the regulation and enforcement of financial crime in the United Kingdom, European Union and the United States of America.

What are the merits of taking a hybrid regulatory approach towards the enforcement of corporate financial crime in the United Kingdom and United States of America? (2021)
Journal Article
Johnson, D. (2022). What are the merits of taking a hybrid regulatory approach towards the enforcement of corporate financial crime in the United Kingdom and United States of America?. Journal of White Collar and Corporate Crime, 3(1), 23-32. https://doi.org/10.1177/2631309X211050013

This article focusses on the hybrid regulatory approaches used in both the USA and the UK for the enforcement of corporate financial crime. In particular, the article analyses the use of Deferred Prosecution Agreements, which typically impose a finan... Read More about What are the merits of taking a hybrid regulatory approach towards the enforcement of corporate financial crime in the United Kingdom and United States of America?.

What does Brexit mean for the Competition & Markets Authority? (2020)
Journal Article
Johnson, D. (2020). What does Brexit mean for the Competition & Markets Authority?. New Law Journal, 170(7877), 15

The CMA has issued guidance about how its role as the main UK competition law regulator will change following Brexit. This article looks at how the CMA will cope with the increased quantity and significance of cartels, mergers and competition investi... Read More about What does Brexit mean for the Competition & Markets Authority?.

A competition law first (2019)
Journal Article
Johnson, D. (2019). A competition law first. New Law Journal, 7848,

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published the full text of its first competition law decision in May 2019. The decision related to three asset management firms whose employees operated a cartel sharing price sensitive information during an init... Read More about A competition law first.

Law society breaches competition rules over financial regulation training for conveyancers (2017)
Journal Article
Johnson, D. (2017). Law society breaches competition rules over financial regulation training for conveyancers. Financial Regulation International,

The article considers the impact of a competition law ruling against the Law Society of England and Wales. The Law Society was found to have breached UK competition law rules in relation to its provision of anti-money laundering and mortgage frau... Read More about Law society breaches competition rules over financial regulation training for conveyancers.