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  • The government function of controlling or directing economic entities through the process of rulemaking and adjudication
  • Misuse of information, Creating a false or misleading impression or Distorting the market
    market abuse

  • Illegal or dishonest behaviour.
    wrong doing/ wrong doers
  • Abuse of inside information
    insider dealing/ insider trading
  • Measures that financial institutions take in order to stop knowledge in one department being used by another department to buy or sell shares etc.
    chinese walls
  • An illegal agreement between companies to charge the same price for competing products
    price fixing
  • When a group of investors work together to stop a financial market functioning as it should, to gain an advantage for themselves
    market rigging
  • forbidden by law / preventing entry or exit or a course of action
    banned/ barred
  • Made to pay a sum of money
  • An illegal payment to persuade someone to do something
    Bribe / Backhander / Kickback or Sweetener
  • a form of corruption, an act implying money or gift giving that alters the behaviour of the recipient.
  • Guility of dishonest pratices, as bribery 

  • The act of corrupting 
  • …….Low quality
  • counterfeited notes
  • Intentional and calculated reproduction of a genuine article (such as money or trademark) for the purpose of misleading.
  • An illegal modification or reproduction of an instrument, document etc. It is claimed that it was made by someone who did not make it.
  • Having a false or misleading appearance
    faking / fakes
  • A deception deliberately practiced in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain.
  • The illegal use of someone else's personal information
    identity theft
  • Prohibited by law or by official or accepted rules; "an illegal chess move". taken for your own use in violation of a trust
    embezzlement / embezzled
  • A fraudulent business scheme
  • A dishonest business or practice, especially one that obtains money through fraud or extortion.
  • People who racket
  • Legitimization (washing) of illegally obtained money to hide its true nature or source). 
    money laundering
  • Control the way how professions behave
    code of ethics/ code of conduct
  • Rules 
    professional guidelines
  • Motivation based on ideas of right and wrong
    ethical / unethical
  • Being seriously or not 
    professional/ unprofessional
  • A violation or infraction, as of a law, a legal obligation, or a promise
  • Unprofessional behaviour 
    unprofessional conduct
  • A company’s sense of responsibility towards the community and environment in which it operates.
    corporate social responsibility (csr)
  • Moral problems 
    moral issues
  • Social problems 
    social issues
  • Environmental problems 
    environmental / green issues
  • Where someone’s money is invested
    ethical investing
  • Investments
    stakes /holdings
  • The obligation of an organization’s management towards the welfare and interest of the society in which it operates 
    Socially responsible
  • Treating people with fair and justice
    human rights
  • Children who work
    child labour
  • To employ to the greatest possible advantage
  • Employee’s working very long hours for very low wages
    sweatshop labour
  • A policy or programme designed to counter discrimination against minority groups
    affirmative action programs
  • The act of discrimination 
  • Particular racial groups
    ethnic minorities
  • People who have stakes 
  • The amount of carbon dioxide produced by industry 
    carbon emissions
  • The way the atmosphere is getting hotter and causing warmer temperatures etc.
    global warming / climate change
  • The level of the emissions
    carbon footprint
  • The amount of carbon is reduced to zero. A net zero carbon footprint
    carbon neutral
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As last
last but not least
As second
In first
Saying the most important thing for a second and last time
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A transparent object, especially a photographic slide that is viewed by light shining through it from behind or by projection
connected by participation or association or use
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The quality of a person’s voice
tone of voice
Variety in your tone of voice
Is your voice loud enough? 
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