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FOI request shows HMRC failing to crack down on money laundering

FOI request shows HMRC failing to crack down on money laundering

By and | 08 Apr 2019

Statistics obtained by European law firm Fieldfisher through a Freedom of Information (FOI) request indicate that HMRC is failing in its aim to reduce incidents of money laundering in the UK, despite pledging to crack down on corporate and financial crime.

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Arabian Rights: Breaking the Saudi glass ceiling

Arabian Rights: Breaking the Saudi glass ceiling

By | 02 Oct 2018

Fieldfisher partner Vivien Davies argues that pro-female cultural shifts underway in Saudi Arabia, thanks to the comparatively liberal policies of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, need to be backed by legal reform to enable women to reach their professional potential.

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British Airways Pension Scheme Trustees brought down to earth

By , , and | 09 Jul 2018

Last Thursday saw the end to the latest round in the long-running and sometimes heated pensions increase dispute between British Airways and the trustees of its Airways Pension Scheme.

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US v Russia Sanctions Crossfire – How is your business affected?

US v Russia Sanctions Crossfire – How is your business affected?

By and | 23 Apr 2018

The past few weeks have seen the introduction of new sanctions against Russia by the US, the scope of which extends to non-US persons.

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Don't Jump Ship, Persian Prospects Persist: Trump and the Iran Nuclear Deal

Don't Jump Ship, Persian Prospects Persist: Trump and the Iran Nuclear Deal

By and | 01 Dec 2016

Following our article in July 2016 which examined encouraging developments for UK and foreign businesses

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Persian Prospects: new sanctions guidance and commentary underlines opportunities for foreign businesses to engage with Iran

By and | 26 Jul 2016

Nearly a year after the landmark nuclear deal was reached with the signature of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action

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What constitutes a fraudulent insurance claim under the Insurance Act 2015?

What constitutes a fraudulent insurance claim under the Insurance Act 2015?

By | 25 Jul 2016

For the purpose of the Insurance Act 2015 the Supreme Court recently clarified exactly what constitutes a fraudulent claim

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