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Conducting internal investigations – practical guidance on how to achieve the best outcome and avoid unnecessary risk for your company, customers and staff

Who should attend

This training is aimed at in-house professionals including lawyers and those in compliance, risk, audit or HR


A practical training module which takes you through the key stages of an investigation, from end-to-end. The module will explain some of the crucial elements required to ensure the best outcome for your organisation, whilst avoiding some of the major pitfalls that can arise and which are likely to cause unnecessary risk to an organisation, its people and its customers.


This module can be delivered as a short or in-depth module.

Short module
An overview of the topic aimed at senior managers, board members and those who might be new to the topic and wish to learn more. 

Normal duration 45-60 minutes including time for questions.

In-depth module
A more detailed format set over three sessions of 90 minutes each or four sessions of 60 minutes each. Aimed at in-house practitioners looking to develop their skills and knowledge of undertaking internal investigations.  

This session includes practical tips and guidance on corporate governance, scoping and planning investigations, undertaking evidential enquiries, conducting interviews, managing confidentiality and legal privilege, handling employee issues and strategies for engaging with regulators and authorities.


Delivered virtually, the cost of the training is as follows:

Short module (60-minutes)
£100 per delegate or £750 fixed fee for up to 12 delegates

In-depth module (three sessions of 90 minutes each or four sessions of 60 minutes each)
£400 per delegate or £3,000 for up to 12 delegates

For more information or to book this training course, please get in touch with Jake McQuitty.

+44 207 919 0600
M: +44 7747 532453


Jake McQuitty

Jake is a partner in our Financial Services Disputes & Investigations group specialising in corporate investigations and regulatory enforcement.

Jake advises clients on a wide range of risks arising from breaches of regulatory and criminal laws, as well as assisting clients with internal investigations, remediation and response to enforcement into potential breaches of rules and regulations. Jake also advises on the application and interpretation of financial services regulations, particularly MAR, the Senior Managers regime and Conduct Rules.

Recently, Jake has acted for several global banks and international firms on a range of regulatory investigations and enforcement matters, including enquiries into the misuse of electronic trading algorithms and platforms, the fall-out from a major cyber breach of customer data, and the mis-sale of Foreign Exchange products.

Cost: £100

All prices are exclusive of VAT

Select a date

31/03/2021 - 12/02/2022

09:00 - 17:00 (Local time)