What happened?

The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, more commonly known as MiFID II, was introduced in January and brought widespread changes for the finance industry. The new laws require fund managers to pay directly and explicitly for research, instead of receiving it free of charge from brokers and investment banks, except in the case that the firm can prove that the research passes the quality enhancement test.

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In response of the growing focus on sexual harassment both at home and internationally, the IMDDA commissioned a survey to see what actions our industry was taking around including sexual harassment in due diligence investigations.

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 Recently Bloomberg reporter Simone Foxman interviewed Dan Schorr and Monica Monticello from Kroll’s Sexual Misconduct Investigations practice for the IMDDA. They outlined how to perform due diligence on sexual misconduct issues and we have some of the highlights for you here.

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