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BLL in the news — March 2021
An overview of our press this month.
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Jonathan Fisher QC comments in the FT about NatWest AML Prosecution
The FCA has today announced that it is prosecuting NatWest for breaches of the Money Laundering Regulations relating to customer due diligence.
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The Repatriation of Illicit Assets — A UK Perspective
The World Bank estimates that up to $40 billion is stolen from developing countries every year through high-level corruption and hidden overseas.
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quarterly matters
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Quarterly Matters issue two
We are delighted to release the second issue of Quarterly Matters. This issue includes an interview with Amy Bell...
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Anita Clifford Bright Line Law
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Anita Clifford in Insurance Day on Sanctions
On 4 February Anita Clifford, Barrister and Principal Associate, was published in Insurance Day commenting on the post-Brexit UK sanctions regime and likelihood of more assertive enforcement action.
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Jonathan Fisher QC
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Jonathan Fisher QC in Legal Week
Lead Counsel of Bright Line Law Jonathan Fisher QC has published an expert opinion in Legal Week on innovations at the Bar.
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Council of Europe publishes “The Use of Non-Conviction Based Seizure and Confiscation”, a paper authored by Bright Line Law
“The Use of Non-Conviction Based Seizure and Confiscation”, a paper authored by Jonathan Fisher QC, Anita Clifford and Rachel Clark of Bright Line Law, has been published by the Council of Europe.
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Anita Clifford
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Anita Clifford on furlough fraud in BBC News and BBC Radio 5 Live
Barrister and Principal Associate Anita Clifford commented on how furlough fraud can be committed and what companies can do to avoid enforcement action on BBC Radio 5 Live ‘Wake up to Money’ on 13 January 2020.
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Jonathan Fisher QC quoted in City AM on £28.3m fine issued by HMRC for money laundering breaches
On 7 January, Jonathan Fisher QC was quoted in City AM commenting on HMRC’s largest ever fine for money laundering breaches — £28.3m.
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Rachel Clark published in HMRC Enquiries, Investigations & Powers E-magazine
Rachel Clark has been published in HMRC Enquiries, Investigations & Powers E-Magazine, calling for a new tax whistleblowing regime in the UK.
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