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The SFO has asked Swiss prosecutors to help it obtain the banking records of a Gibraltar company suspected of laundering bribes for the daughter of the ex-president of Uzbekistan.
16 January 2023
A jury heard opening statements in the DOJ's bribery case against Claudia Patricia Díaz Guillén, who served under former president Hugo Chávez’s administration.
29 November 2022
UK prosecutors have accused the former CEO of Austrian lender Meinl Bank of a “thinly veiled attempt” to fight the substance of his US money laundering charges in a UK court.
17 November 2022
The former CEO of Austrian lender Meinl Bank claimed US prosecutors have given a “fundamentally false and misleading account” of their case against him in an effort to secure his extradition from the UK.
16 November 2022
In the first parliamentary debate over the UK’s latest financial crime law, MPs highlighted an absence of new funding proposals for law enforcement agencies.
13 October 2022
The DOJ charged two financial asset managers for their alleged role in a scheme to launder an estimated $1.2 billion in funds corruptly obtained from Venezuela’s state oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA).
13 July 2022
The UK’s civil sanctions enforcement agency has fined a UAE-based consultancy £15,000 for buying flights for an employee from a sanctioned Syrian airline.
29 June 2022
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
The UK’s legal regulator has punished Michael Nouril, a former partner in Mishcon de Reya’s corporate department, for “serious breaches” of rules designed to prevent lawyers from facilitating money laundering.
08 March 2022
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