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Former federal prosecutors believe the DOJ’s decision to trade immunity for information about a yacht’s oligarch owner is a warning shot for the yacht building industry and other sectors that serve the super-rich.
24 June 2022
In a historic step, Munich prosecutors have seized a bank account and three apartments in the city from a Russian politician and his wife accused of breaching EU sanctions.
20 June 2022
Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention has shifted its focus to confiscating the assets of pro-Kremlin businesses and oligarchs following the Russian invasion, an official has revealed.
15 June 2022
Some $100 million in frozen funds allegedly stolen from Ukraine and subject to a forfeiture attempt in Switzerland will only be returned if Ukraine spends them on projects that “improve the living conditions of the population”, Swiss officials said.
10 June 2022
One lawyer said Swiss authorities are utilising a “shortcut” to circumvent the country’s normal rules on assisting foreign prosecutors in reclaiming embezzled state funds.
27 May 2022
A London court has ordered the forfeiture of over £200,000 belonging to a purported recruitment company after prosecutors alleged the funds were the proceeds of a “sophisticated, high-value, cross-border money laundering operation”.
19 May 2022
The business intelligence company faced a penalty of over $1 million after OFAC alleged finance staff doctored invoices to a Russian state energy company to try to skirt US sanctions.
04 April 2022
The Swiss ministry responsible for investigating economic sanctions breaches has doubled down on its position that lawyers have a duty to disclose assets held by sanctioned clients.
01 April 2022
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