Whistleblowers

European Union’s Plan to Protect Whistleblowers Continues to Face Obstacles

A little over a year ago, the EU adopted the Directive on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law,...

Should Whistleblower Reward Laws be Capped?

The SEC is expected to approve a proposed rule change that could limit the amount of awards paid to whistleblowers, despite evidence...

The World Cup of Fraud

Scandal-rocked FIFA has sought to scrub up its image by bringing in ostensibly disinterested outsiders to fill oversight roles. Here, Steven A. Bank argues...

Does Whistleblowing Work?

Whistleblower reward laws work, and they work remarkably well. Congress, the executive branch of government, and the business community should enact, support, and nurture strong...

Experts: Financial Rewards and Protections Are the Best Way to Incentivize Whistleblowers

Stephen Kohn, executive director of the National Whistleblower Center: “If your white-collar crime detection program is based on nice people having high moral values,...

Watch: Deutsche Bank Whistleblower Eric Ben-Artzi Explains What it Takes to Blow the Whistle on Fraud

Ben-Artzi: "The problem is not that you have misbehavior on Wall Street. It's that you have misbehavior by the people who are supposed to...

Stigler Center Talk: Deutsche Bank Whistleblower on the SEC and Revolving Doors

Eric Ben-Artzi, the former Deutsche Bank risk officer turned whistleblower who rejected a multi-million dollar award from the SEC, will give a talk at...

Whistleblowers are Motivated by Moral Reasons Above Monetary Ones

Studies consistently show that whistleblowers are motivated by moral reasons. The primacy of moral concerns makes sense, considering how frequently whistleblowers face exclusion and retaliation rather...

SEC and Revolving Doors: Q&A with Eric Ben-Artzi, the Deutsche Bank Whistleblower Who Rejected a Multimillion Dollar Award

ProMarket interviews Eric Ben-Artzi, the former Deutsche Bank risk officer turned whistleblower who rejected an $8.25 million award from the SEC.  In May 2015, Deutsche Bank...

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