Topic: Tax evasion

Denmark charges UK nationals in $1.6 billion cum-ex fraud case

Denmark’s financial prosecutor’s office has formally charged two UK traders in a massive fraud case concerning unlawful refunds of dividend tax.

07 January 2021

German court greenlights cum-ex trial against bankers and Freshfields lawyers

09 December 2020

GIR Interactive: HMRC focusing on professional enablers

HMRC has approximately 200 criminal investigations into professional enablers on its books, a statistic that a senior agency official says illustrates their prominence in the proliferation of tax fraud.

08 December 2020

Ukraine restores anti-corruption law

07 December 2020

Latvian IT company facing prosecution for alleged bribery in Belarus

02 December 2020

SFO’s new case slump continues

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The UK Serious Fraud Office has recorded another quiet year for launching investigations into corporate misconduct on the back of one of its least active 12 months in recent history.

30 November 2020

EPPO appoints first prosecutors

25 November 2020

US Justice Department stalled Caterpillar tax evasion case in 2018

19 November 2020

US tax agency opens more criminal investigations

17 November 2020

The Danish tax authority’s campaign to recoup cum-ex billions

Denmark has tasked its tax agency with chasing down $2 billion that the country says it has lost through cum-ex trades. GIR spoke with the agency about the operation.

11 November 2020

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