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26 February 2024
A US Treasury agency has identified Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom as among the countries where companies may be continuing to trade with Russia following its invasion of Ukraine.
11 September 2023
The UK’s financial market regulator has brought its fifth cum-ex-related enforcement action against a business, bringing the total amount of FCA penalties linked to the controversial trading practice to £22.5 million.
13 July 2023
Swiss prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into “persons unknown” following allegations that the former president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo laundered stolen funds through bank accounts at UBS.
25 May 2023
GIR looks at the lawyers hired to represent Russians seeking to overturn their European Union sanctions listings.
13 July 2022
A veteran London barrister has acted in the convictions of two corporates in as many weeks, and Clifford Chance has helped resolve financial crime investigations on both sides of the Atlantic.
11 October 2021
Belgian prosecutors violated a former EU official’s right to a fair trial when interrogating him in a corruption investigation linked to Swiss commodities trader Glencore, Europe’s human rights court has ruled.
15 September 2021
The Belgium tax authority says the individuals received advice from UK company Solo Capital, which has been embroiled in litigation and investigations over controversial cum-ex trading tax refunds.
30 July 2021
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