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Market abuseinsider dealingFSA enforcement

  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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  • United Kingdom
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  • October 10 2012

The Wheatley Review of LIBOR, which was commissioned by HM Treasury to review the London Inter-Bank Offered Rate, has issued its final report

Shah v HSBC: High Court clarifies bank's duties to customers when making SARs

  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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  • United Kingdom
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  • May 22 2012

The High Court has clarified the extent to which banks are required to disclose information to their customers about whom they have made money laundering disclosures or have obligations to such customers which could expose them to liability in the event that the banks' money laundering disclosures causes loss to those customers

Shah and anor v HSBC Private Bank (UK) Limited 2010 EWCA Civ 31

  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • -
  • United Kingdom
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  • February 16 2010

In December 2009, Hamblen J gave a summary judgment in the case of Shah and Another v HSBC Private Bank (UK) Limited against Mr Shah (and his wife

Shah v HSBC: Court of Appeal says fact of suspicions of money laundering can be tested at trial

  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • -
  • United Kingdom
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  • February 12 2010

Last year, HSBC was successful in obtaining summary judgment on a claim brought by one of its customers, Mr Shah (and his wife

Shah v HSBC: what duties do banks owe their customers when making SARs?

  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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  • United Kingdom
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  • April 24 2009

Earlier this year, the High Court considered a claim by a customer against his bank in relation to its failure to process transactions whilst requests for consent under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) were pending with the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA