The British government is considering creating a reward system, similar to ones in the United States, to encourage whistle-blowers to come forward to root out fraud and other white-collar crime.
The U.K. Home Office said this week that it, along with other government agencies, would examine the “qui tam” provisions in the United States, which allow whistle-blowers to receive a share of any financial penalties levied when they work with prosecutors and regulators to uncover fraud.
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