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FCA closes Burford Capital market manipulation probe

FCA closes Burford Capital market manipulation probe

01 April 2020

The UK’s financial regulatory body has found no evidence of an alleged spoofing attack against litigation financing fund Burford Capital.

DOJ and SEC drop investigation sparked by short-seller report

DOJ and SEC drop investigation sparked by short-seller report

05 June 2019

An investment firm made a splash in 2017 when it accused a Californian technology company of foreign bribery, sparking a US government investigation into the allegations. Ultimately, however, the DOJ and SEC found nothing worth pursuing.

Bribery lawsuit sparked by short-seller report fails

Bribery lawsuit sparked by short-seller report fails

23 May 2019

A California federal judge has shot down a lawsuit that was borne out of allegations of corruption in Albania made by a short-seller.

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Europe, Middle East and Africa Investigations Review 2020

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Anti-Money Laundering Trends and Challenges

Deborah Luskin, Anant Modi, Selma Della Santina and Sarah Wrigley

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Cleaning up the Mess: Effective Remediation in Internal Investigations in Africa

Benjamin S Haley, Sarah Crowder, Randall D Friedland and Thomas McGuire

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The Guide to Monitorships - Second Edition

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Simone Nadelhofer and Daniel Lucien Bühr

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