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The National Crime Agency announced on 28th February that it had secured UWO’s on two properties valued at £22M, whose ultimate owner was a "politically exposed person". The FT reported that the PEP was a politician from central Asia. The properties are also subject to interim freezing orders, ...Read More
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The fall-out from the collapse of Carillion is set to claim many victims. It is also set to shine a light on many aspects ...Read More 1 year ago
VAT, it seems, has arrived in Dubai. And that has implications for business.
As of January 1 this year, VAT is now imposed...Read More 1 year ago
When David Green stands down as Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in April, after six years, it will bring to an ...Read More 1 year ago
The Criminal Finances Act 2017 came into effect in September last year. But one key aspect of it, unexplained wealth order...Read More 1 year ago
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has warned four asset management companies that they may have broken competition law...Read More 1 year ago
Dishonesty has been re-defined. This is a major development: both for those of us in the legal profession and for those w...Read More 1 year ago
The Geneva-based private banking unit of HSBC has agreed to pay 300 million euros under the terms of...
The Treasury is concerned about accountants being used by money launderers.
In its second national r...
Another year over. And are we any the wiser when it comes to business crime?
In a way, we are. We h...
The Paradise Papers has put the issue of tax avoidance firmly back in the headlines.
The documents, ...
Aerospace giant Airbus is now facing corruption allegations in a fifth country.
Airbus, which was al...
Royal Bank of Scotland has paid $44M to settle a US criminal investigation that accused its traders ...