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Lexology PRO | Australia, European Union, Russia, etc. | 31 Jan 2023

Financial crime: key compliance updates (17 – 31 Jan)

The UK is set to criminalise three new “failure to prevent” offences, Ukraine launches a government-led anti-corruption drive, and the US DoJ issues a new corporate enforcement policy – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 27 Jan 2023

HMRC investigating nine cases of failure to prevent tax evasion

The UK’s tax agency has opened nine investigations into businesses suspected of failing to prevent tax evasion and is considering opening up to 26 more.
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Loyens & Loeff | European Union, OECD | 13 Dec 2022

New transparency rules require service providers to report crypto-asset transactions

On 8 December 2022, the European Commission proposed new tax transparency rules for service providers facilitating transactions in crypto-assets for…
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Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 9 Dec 2022

HMRC is to press ahead with implementation of UK mandatory disclosure rules

HMRC has published (24 November 2022) its long-awaited response to the consultation on the implementation of the Mandatory Disclosure Rules (MDR) in…
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Lexology PRO | France, Switzerland | 24 Oct 2022

Credit Suisse reaches settlement in France over alleged tax fraud

Swiss lender Credit Suisse will pay €238 million to settle an investigation by French prosecutors into alleged tax fraud.
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Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 13 Jul 2022

HMRC keeps up investigations into tax evasion in labour supply chains

HMRC has released (30 June 2022) figures for the number of live corporate criminal offence (CCO) investigations. The report confirms that labour…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany, Global | 1 Apr 2022

Germany increases scrutiny on foreign banks with suspected ties to cum-ex trades

German prosecutors have recently searched Barclays, Merrill Lynch and auditor EY as part of the country’s investigation into the multi-billion-euro cum-ex scandal.
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Golding & Golding, International Tax Lawyers | USA | 7 Mar 2022

FBAR Penalties: 5 Facts About Foreign Account Penalties

When it comes to foreign bank and financial account reporting, the FBAR (Foreign Bank and Financial Account Reporting aka FinCEN Form 114) is the…
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Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 3 Mar 2022

Increased HMRC activity to prevent tax evasion in labour supply chains - confirmation of two developments

On 1 March 2022 Ian Hyde, head of tax disputes team at Osborne Clarke, joined Stacey Mills-Kelly, Assistant Director, Head of Strategies - HMRC Fraud…
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Fox Williams LLP | United Kingdom | 1 Mar 2022

Direct(or) responsibility: 10 ways a director could be held personally liable in 2022

A recently published case has shone a new light on the well-known fact of English company law - that a company has its own legal personality and is…
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