Region: Canada

Canadian prosecutors urge judge to block HSBC documents in Meng extradition case

02 July 2021

Meng: HSBC documents contradict US arguments in extradition case

30 June 2021

Deterring corruption through disclosure

Lincoln Caylor and Shaan Tolani, litigators at Bennet Jones in Canada, consider Canada’s proposed beneficial ownership registry and argue that while there will be significant issues to address, a registry with kinks to address is much better than no registry at all.

01 June 2021

Kyrgyzstan detains former prime minister in corruption probe

01 June 2021

Ex-Saudi intelligence chief to fight $3.5 billion Canadian embezzlement claim

12 May 2021

France investigates Canadian asset management company for tax fraud

France’s financial prosecutor’s office is investigating Montreal-based Blue Bridge over allegations it allowed French customers to commit tax fraud.

11 May 2021

Huawei hits back at claims it shared restricted information with indicted CFO

Chinese telecoms company Huawei says allegations that it improperly shared sensitive material from a sanctions case are “baseless” and accused prosecutors of attempting to impose a gag order on public records in the proceedings.

22 April 2021

US accuses Huawei of sharing restricted documents with CFO

Chinese telecoms company Huawei has been ordered to respond to allegations it improperly shared documents from a New York sanctions case with its CFO Meng Wanzhou in an effort to help her win an extradition battle in Canada.

16 April 2021

Huawei accountant testimony barred from CFO’s extradition trial

24 March 2021

Canada prioritised FBI’s rights over Meng’s in extradition case, lawyer says

18 March 2021

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