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Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation: looking to upscale and upskill

United Kingdom - June 24 2022 On Wednesday 22 June, the director of the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (“OFSI”), Giles Thomson, speaking to the House of Commons…

Neill Blundell, Helin Gurel

Corporate criminal liability: ten options for reform

United Kingdom - June 13 2022 The UK's Law Commission has published its Options Paper for reform of corporate criminal liability. This much-anticipated report sets out ten options…

Neill Blundell, Max Hobbs

Laughable that sanctions might not apply to crypto? It is according to this US judge

United Kingdom, USA - May 23 2022 In a recently unsealed court document from the US, the judge quoted comedy show, Saturday Night Live, in support of his unequivocal finding that…

Neill Blundell

FCA implements new requirements for board and executive diversity reporting

United Kingdom - April 27 2022 The new requirements apply to both UK and overseas issuers with a premium or standard listing of equity shares (or certificates representing equity…

Dan Lavender, Dominic Sedghi

£2.7 million fine for breach of UK arms controls: but why the lack of transparency?

United Kingdom - April 19 2022 It has just been announced that in February of this year, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) fined an unidentified UK company circa £2.7 million relating to…

Neill Blundell, Georgia O'Connor