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Sep
2015

Raid Warnings 3 min read
September 3, 2015
With regular, dramatic arrests regarding forex and fraud, we take the first of a two-part look at precautions that have to be taken if someone fears a raid. Here we consider the importance of procedures. Read more

Sep
2015

Honesty and Investment Fraud Prosecutions 3 min read
September 3, 2015
Investment fraud can take many forms, from selling of stocks and shares in companies that may or may not exist through to the latest newsworthy item, pension liberation. The wide range of such investments and the complexity of many of them means that the authorities are never too far from making fresh accusations of fraud. For this reason, anyone involved in investment fraud has to know how best to challenge such allegations. Read more

Sep
2015

Fraud, Large Organisations and the Individual 4 min read
September 3, 2015
With a town council now officially facing a fraud investigation, we examine what individuals in such a large body should do if they come under suspicion. Read more

Sep
2015

The Risks of Liberation 3 min read
September 3, 2015
The dangers that pension liberation and money laundering pose to those involved in pension funds and management. Read more

Sep
2015

Showing Corruption The Red Card 3 min read
September 3, 2015
With football’s world governing body FIFA at the centre of allegations of corruption and bribery on a huge scale, Aziz Rahman examines how senior figures in any organisation can avoid such problems – and what they must do if faced with such allegations. Read more

Aug
2015

Abuse of Process 7 min read
August 19, 2015
There are many reasons why a Judge might conclude that it would not be proper for the courts to be used to prosecute a defendant. For example, delay in bringing proceedings, manipulation of the court’s procedures, entrapment by police officers, loss of evidence and so on. The prosecution facing an abuse of process application will always argue that the Judge can ensure fairness by, for example, excluding any evidence which is causing dispute, or by warning the jury that the defendant has been unable to call certain evidence because it has been destroyed – in other words anything except throw the case out before it even starts. Read more

Jul
2015

Oil On Troubled Waters 4 min read
July 2, 2015
Why the Petrobras bribery scandal in Brazil serves as a warning to all companies about the dangers of bribery. Read more

Jul
2015

Shared Intelligence 5 min read
July 2, 2015
The Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce is an attempt to tackle money laundering in the UK. But it poses challenges for bankers, who have to be sure they respond appropriately if they are to be above suspicion. Read more

Jul
2015

Five Years Of The Bribery Act 3 min read
July 2, 2015
What has been achieved since the introduction of the Act that was intended to tackle bribery in business? Read more

Jul
2015

Forex And Risk 3 min read
July 2, 2015
Five banks being fined £3.6 billion in the US for manipulating forex is a stark reminder of the legal risks involved in currency trading. Here, Aziz Rahman of Rahman Ravelli examines how the brokers and the traders in forex can avoid legal problems. Read more

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