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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom, European Union | 10 Jun 2019

The fifth Money Laundering Directive and the UK

With this week marking the end of the UK Government's consultation on the European Union's Fifth Money Laundering Directive, Aziz Rahman outlines its

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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 15 May 2019

Taking the right steps to ensure you do not commit the offence of failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion

Nicola Sharp outlines what needs to be done to avoid the failure to prevent offence that was introduced by the Criminal Finances Act

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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 30 Apr 2019

The right way to report a company’s failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion

Nicola Sharp outlines what HM Revenue and Customs expects from those who believe they have committed the corporate offence that was introduced by the

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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 10 Apr 2019

What General Counsel need to know about money laundering

Nicola Sharp explains what money laundering is and outlines how businesses can reduce the dangers it can pose

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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom, European Union | 2 Apr 2019

Overseas production orders: speeding up the authorities’ ability to obtain data from Abroad

Overseas production orders (OPO) will give law enforcement agencies the ability to obtain electronic Data from service providers outside the UK that

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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 26 Mar 2019

Account freezing orders: why we can expect more of them.

With account freezing orders having been used for the first time, Aziz Rahman of Rahman Ravelli Examines their effectiveness and considers why they

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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 1 Mar 2019

Unexplained wealth orders: their potential and the right way to respond if faced with one

Aziz Rahman considers why we may see an increase in unexplained wealth orders (UWO's) and the implications for law enforcement and individuals. The

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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 20 Feb 2019

Deferred prosecution agreements: the best option? Or a flawed idea?

Tesco admitted wrongdoing over its accounting scandal in order to obtain a deferred prosecution agreement and avoid a conviction. But with everyone

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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 4 Feb 2019

Deferred prosecution agreements: obtaining one and seeing it through to completion

The satisfactory conclusion of the first deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) was a milestone. But it should also be viewed as something that anyone

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Rahman Ravelli | USA, United Kingdom | 11 Dec 2018

Bribery allegations in more than one jurisdiction: the importance of ensuring a joined-up defence approach

The mobile telecoms giant Ericsson has been nearing a resolution with the United States authorities over allegations of bribery. Following a five-year

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