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Put Your Tax Havens In Order, America
The United States champions itself as a nation policing the rest of the world, preventing money laundering, tax evasion and foreign corrupt practices.
British Virgin Islands
25 Aug 2017
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'Snow Washing' Assets Is A Black Mark
My law firm seeks to recover assets stolen by international fraud and grand corruption.
British Virgin Islands
25 Aug 2017
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Extractive Industries Disclosure Rule
The SEC rule that would have required oil and gas and mining companies to disclose each year their payments to foreign governments was intended to increase transparency and prevent back-handers...
United States
24 Aug 2017
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Why Isn't Asset Recovery On The International Enforcement Agenda?
I have long advocated that Grand Corruption should be considered a crime against humanity, under Article 7(1)(k) of the Rome Statute establishing the International Criminal Court.
UK
24 Aug 2017
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The Use Of Sealing And Gagging Relief In Complex Insolvency Proceedings Involving The Investigation Of Fraud And Discovery Of Hidden Assets
Fraud and insolvency can be vexing. However, there are a number of tools available to an insolvency professional who is faced with an insolvent estate that has been made the victim of grand malfeasance or fraud.
British Virgin Islands
22 Jul 2010
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Combating International Fraud
With the development of the BVI as an offshore financial centre ('OFC') in the early 1980s many companies have decided to establish domicile in the jurisdiction.
British Virgin Islands
4 Feb 2010
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Polygraph Examination
At an appropriate stage in an investigation, consideration ought to be given to administering a polygraph examination of the principal target or other primary witnesses.
British Virgin Islands
12 Nov 2008
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Model Building
All complex inquiries start with and are shaped by a model or plan. Each fraud recovery model must be custom-built from the bottom up.
British Virgin Islands
12 Nov 2008
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Accessory Civil Liability
How do we frame an action against secondary facilitators of a fraud – such as those who provide an obligor with knowing assistance to hide his assets?
British Virgin Islands
11 Nov 2008
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The Fundamentals Of A Civil Asset Recovery Action - Part 2
Restitution has been defined as a body of law in which (a) substantive liability is based on unjust enrichment, (b) the measure of recovery is based on the defendant's gain instead of the plaintiff's loss, or (c) the court restores to the plaintiff, in kind, his lost property or its proceeds.
British Virgin Islands
 
11 Nov 2008
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The Fundamentals Of A Civil Asset Recovery Action - Part 1
"Fraud is infinite in variety; sometimes it is audacious and unblushing; sometimes it pays a sort of homage to virtue, and then it is modest and retiring; it would be honesty itself if it could only afford it."
British Virgin Islands
 
11 Nov 2008
12
Unravelling The Fraudster´s Web: Overarching Goals And Objectives
The discovery of major loss through fraud or deceit can come as a shock. One forensic accountant has said:
British Virgin Islands
11 Nov 2008
13
Inverting The Fraud Paradigm: Redefinition of the Victim
Key to the success of any fraud recovery plan is tied to the accuracy and completeness of our understanding of the fraudster himself – or of his characteristics, habits and modus operandi. So what has that to do with redefining the victim?
British Virgin Islands
10 Nov 2008
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The Language Of Hiding
The term money laundering applies to the diverse and evolving methods by which proceeds of crime or fraud are rendered capable of enjoyment as legitimately sourced funds.
British Virgin Islands
10 Nov 2008
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Obstacles On The Path To Recovery
There are many obstacles that must be traversed by a claimant or victim on his path to recovery that are fundamental to the design of any asset recovery litigation.
British Virgin Islands
 
13 Oct 2008
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Holding The Freeze – A Case Study
Once a serious economic criminal learns that most of his concealed wealth has been frozen in multiple jurisdictions; that raids to search for and seize his confidential accounting, company and trust records have taken place in numerous locations;
British Virgin Islands
15 Sep 2008
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Link Analysis
Given the complexity of serious fraud investigations, and the significant number of individuals and entities ordinarily involved, an analytic procedure known as link network diagramming – commonly referred to as Link Analysis – ought to be used to facilitate the investigation and case structuring.
British Virgin Islands
15 Sep 2008
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Investigation – Judicial Process
In general it may be said that any concealed asset recovery operation must proceed on a secretive and fast-paced basis, in order to minimize the risk that further asset secretion activity might take place, which it undoubtedly will if the alleged fraudster learns that he is the subject of investigation.
British Virgin Islands
15 Sep 2008
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Multi-Jurisdictional Concealed Asset Recovery: ´A Whistle-Stop Tour´
As the term implies, 'concealed asset recovery' involves the recovery of wealth from a dishonest obligor – where such wealth has been laundered, camouflaged or hidden.
British Virgin Islands
 
15 Sep 2008
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Multi-Jurisdictional Concealed Asset Recovery Investigations – A Blueprint
In general, the prosecution of a multi-jurisdictional concealed asset recovery investigation involves both extra-judicial and judicially assisted investigative procedures.
British Virgin Islands
15 Sep 2008
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