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Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The UK government has welcomed the Bri6sh Virgin Islands' commitment to crea6ng a publiclyaccessible register of company ownership by 2023.
Conyers
The collapse of an investment fund affected by a fraud will often lead to disputes between the investors who were paid out before the discovery of the fraud, the investors who gave notice to redeem ...
Maples Group
There is no bar on private prosecutions for the vast majority of criminal offences; therefore, in theory, any authority or private party may prosecute.
Maples Group
In this Q&A article Arabella di Iorio and David Welford provide insight into business crime and regulations as it relates to the British Virgin Islands. Topics include criminal law enforcement, particular statues and crimes, investigations, and appeals.
Martin Kenney & Co. Solicitors
The United States champions itself as a nation policing the rest of the world, preventing money laundering, tax evasion and foreign corrupt practices.
Martin Kenney & Co. Solicitors
My law firm seeks to recover assets stolen by international fraud and grand corruption.
Maples Group
What authorities can prosecute business crimes, and are there different enforcement authorities at the national and regional levels?
Maples Group
this Q&A article Arabella di Iorio and David Welford provide insight into business crime and regulations as it relates to the British Virgin Islands.
Conyers
If a wrongdoer spends his ill-gotten gains, is the claimant effectively limited to recovering a maximum sum from a subject bank account?
Harneys
In this article, we will discuss some of the tools available to a party in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) to seek to recover property, or proceeds of property, which have been misappropriated.
Maples Group
This article appeared in the 2015 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Business Crime; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London in October 2014.
Withers LLP
Fraud and asset theft is destructive and costly for any business, state entity or individual.
Withers LLP
A freezing order (or Mareva injunction) is a type of injunction which restrains a party from removing or dealing with his or her assets and monies to prevent dissipation, which would otherwise, defeat the purpose of a later judgment.
Appleby
Fairfield Sentry Limited was one of a number of feeder funds into the now infamous Bernard L Madoff Investment Securities LLC.
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