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Plans to force disclosure of the beneficial owners of foreign companies that hold or wish to buy UK property, or to bid for government contracts, may not in fact have the desired effect, an expert has said. 16 May 2016
Many of the countries that participated in the recent anti-corruption summit in London are to review or strengthen their rules governing recovery of stolen assets, with a particular emphasis on 'non-conviction based' confiscation powers, it has emerged. 13 May 2016
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A Swiss businessman who "knowingly and deliberately" breached a worldwide freezing order (WFO) has been jailed for 10 months, showing that the English courts will not take any breach of the terms of such an order "lightly", an expert has said. 13 Apr 2016
Failing to comply with a freezing order in contempt of court could be considered 'unlawful means' as part of an action for damages for conspiracy to injure by unlawful means, the High Court has ruled. 23 Feb 2016
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