is an associate in the litigation group at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. Malcolm has extensive experience in risk management and regulatory matters including internal investigations and regulatory and enforcement proceedings. He has provided advice on a broad array of topics, including anti-corruption compliance, sanctions compliance, fraud, anti-money laundering and terrorist financing. His practice includes investigation planning, search-warrant response, privacy considerations, corporate due diligence, implementation of compliance policies, and risk assessment to remediate existing compliance issues. Malcolm has extensive experience advising Canadian companies in cross-border regulatory matters involving investigations by foreign regulatory authorities.
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