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UK Export Control Amendment Order creates new offences for export control violations

The UK has published the Export Control (Sanctions) (Amendment) Order 2019 which amends existing subordinate legislation, and creates new offences for some export control violations. The amendments include: The addition of Eritrea to the Export Control Order 2008 to control the transit of Category B goods (small firearms and light weapons); Updates to definitions and […]

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Deloitte challenge PwC in £25m claim over Guernsey ‘Ponzi’ scheme 

Deloitte challenge PwC in £25m claim over Guernsey ‘Ponzi’ scheme  PwC in bid to dismiss £25m claim over a Guernsey ‘Ponzi’ scheme Big Four auditor up against the administrators (Deloitte) in Providence collapse PWC AND THE REGULATED FUND (PONZI SCHEME) The closed-ended GFSC AUTHORISED AND REGULATED absolute return fund aimed to provide investors with annual returns […]

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Jersey classic money laundering case revisited (2003-2006) “You cannot turn a blind eye to the obvious”!!!

On 5 June 2003 Yvonne Edmond-O’Brien was convicted by the Royal Court (Sir Richard Tucker, Commissioner, and Jurats Rumfitt and Alio) of BEING CONCERNED IN AN ARRANGEMENT TO LAUNDER THE PROCEEDS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING by her husband Michael O’Brien, ’’KNOWING OR SUSPECTING” that he was carrying on drug trafficking, contrary to article 17(1)(a) of the […]

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ICO warns about historical personal data

The Information Commissioner’s Office is warning people of the risk of holdings on the sensitive personal data when they change jobs or leave a company. It follows an investigation into the actions of two former Metropolitan Police officers who – having retained their notebooks – subsequently leaked information about a case in the media. Although […]

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The President and The Arms Dealer

Read the new CORRECTIV investigation Lebanese businessman Ahmad El Husseini has long helped the German arms industry win business in the Middle East. CORRECTIV have now uncovered that he was involved in brokering a large ammunitions package, which shipbuilder ThyssenKrupp purchased from another German defence company, Rheinmetall – except that Mr. El Husseini acted as […]

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Post brfexit – UK to impose ‘Magnitsky’ sanctions on regimes that imprison journalists and campaigners

The UK’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has announced that the UK will impose ‘Magnitsky’ sanctions on authoritarian regimes that   “harass and imprison dissident journalists and campaigners […] with impunity in their own countries”. Mr Raab stated that when the UK leaves the EU and therefore has autonomy over its sanctions regime, the UK will […]

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OFAC sanctions Iran’s National Development Fund & amends Central Bank of Iran designation

OFAC has listed Iran’s National Development Fund (NDF) and Etemad Tejarate Pars Co. under the newly-enhanced counter-terrorism authority The sanctions come in response to “Iran’s brazen attack against Saudi Arabia”, and the State Department’s says that evidence for the attack “points to Iran – and only Iran”. The NDF reportedly provided the IRGC-QF, Iran’s Ministry […]

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Cybercrime University Module Series

The Education for Justice (E4J) initiative developed, with the support of academics from around the world, a series of modules on cybercrime. These university modules cover many aspects of this complex and fascinating field and include both theoretical concepts as well as practical knowledge.  Furthermore, these modules are multi-disciplinary in nature, since they focus on […]

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