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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, etc. | 29 Oct 2021

Pandora papers: the legal fallout

Closing legal loopholes, launching investigations, and changing legal privilege rights in financial crime investigations are some of the ways that regulators and legislators are responding to the Pandora paper disclosures.
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Lexology PRO | Brazil, Canada, China, etc. | 27 Oct 2021

Anti-corruption and AML: key compliance updates (14 – 27 Oct)

Credit Suisse pays US$99 million for breaching the US FCPA, the EU targets tax evaders after the Pandora paper exposures, and two French bar associations appeal against proposed reforms to legal privilege in financial crime investigations – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 26 Oct 2021

Corporate liability: how to limit upward exposure

Tips for companies on how to manage liability for the misconduct of a subsidiary or other business partners, according to recent guidance, case law and regulatory updates.
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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 15 Oct 2021

Facilitating Tax Evasion

According to the latest available figures, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has 14 live corporate criminal offences investigations ongoing into the…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 12 Oct 2021

In-house interview: How failure to prevent offences are holding UK companies to account

Teodora Harrop, head of financial crime and MLRO at Link Group, talks about how “failure to prevent” offences are being incorporated into the UK legislation as a means of holding companies accountable for white-collar crimes.
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Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 12 Oct 2021

Failure to prevent: a growing trend?

Teodora Harrop, Head of Financial Crime at Link Group, discusses how failure to prevent offences are being adopted in UK legislation, and what this means for corporate liability for different types of white collar crime.Link Group is an international asset management company, and Harrop is based in the UK office.Interview conducted by Samantha Gilbert, Senior Content Editor for Lexology PRO.
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Lexology PRO | Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, etc. | 15 Sep 2021

How to comply with EU economic substance requirements

Alecia Graham, group manager of risk and compliance at PROVEN Management, highlights the implications of the EU economic substance requirements for international business companies with operations in tax havens, including Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Barbados and Bermuda.PROVEN Management manages PROVEN Investments, a private equity firm based in Jamaica.  Interview conducted by Samantha......
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Gorodissky & Partners | Russia | 30 Jul 2021

Russia denounces tax agreement with Netherlands

Russia has denounced its agreement with the Netherlands on double taxation avoidance and tax evasion provisions relating to income and property tax. The termination of the agreement is set for 1 January 2022. It is the first denouncement of a tax agreement in Russian history.
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Oldham Li & Nie | Hong Kong | 13 Jul 2021

您为全球的税务改革作好准备吗?

随着世界全球化,跨境经济活动近几十年来已成常态。从前,跨国公司(MNC)会采取较进取的税务策略,将其公司利润大部分藏于避税天堂内。…
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Oldham Li & Nie | Hong Kong | 13 Jul 2021

您為全球的稅務改革作好準備嗎?

隨着世界全球化,跨境經濟活動近幾十年來已成常態。從前,跨國公司(MNC)會採取較進取的稅務策略,將其公司利潤大部分藏於避稅天堂內。…
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