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If at first you don’t succeed, give up

United Kingdom - December 5 2011 Not deterred by the Court of Appeal’s recent ruling that the names of junior AML staff are not disclosable under standard disclosure, Messrs Shah and Mahabeer continued their appeal against the following decisions.

No more moral high ground for whistle blowers?

United Kingdom - October 15 2013 Yet another US style importation is on the cards. Not content with Deferred Prosecution Agreements, the UK government (BIS, MOJ and HO) is now…

National crime agency- same old, same old?

United Kingdom - October 9 2013 If you, like me, tried to access SOCA's website (www.soca.gov.uk) to undertake a compare and contrast exercise with the website of the NCA, you would…

The regulator, regulated: judge tells FSA to follow same procedures as police

United Kingdom - November 10 2011 A High Court Judge has heavily criticised the FSA’s use of legally privileged material in an enforcement action in circumstances where the individual concerned was never informed that such material would be used, much less consulted as to whether he waived privilege.

Einhorn not pleased as Punch with insider dealing fine of £7.2m

United Kingdom - February 3 2012 If you honestly believe that information given to you is not inside information but the FSA thinks your belief is unreasonably held, then you lay yourself open to sanctions for market abuse, notwithstanding that you have no intention to commit market abuse.