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06 August 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
As anti-corruption enforcement evolves, more foreign agencies are teaming up with US authorities. “South Africa is, really, the new Brazil,” said one leading corporate defence lawyer about the African country's anti-bribery efforts.
19 July 2021
12 July 2021
A former executive at Hamburg-based private bank MM Warburg has been sentenced to five years and six months in prison in Germany for taking part in a multi-billion-euro tax scandal.
02 June 2021
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
The EU’s public prosecution office is set to launch its operations after appointing over 100 prosecutors from 22 countries.
01 June 2021
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