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Nick Kochan

NICK KOCHAN is a leading British authority on organised crime, corruption and money laundering. He is the author of The Washing Machine, an important overview of money laundering in a global context, looking at money laundering practice, its relation to global and corporate practice and abuse. Kochan has lectured on corruption to the Oxford University department of sociology as well as to UK government agencies. Kochan is also the author of books on a number of instances of economic crime, such as The Guinness Case (1987) and The Bank of Credit and Commerce International (1991). He has also written a biography of Gordon Brown, the former British prime minister. Kochan advises companies on corruption risk and on fraud. He writes for many publications, including The Financial Times, Observer, Telegraph and Wall Street Journal.

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Corruption
The New Corporate Challenge

Palgrave Macmillan
An essential guide on how to understand and combat corruption in your business 
Nick Kochan

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