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DIFC Court Claims Jurisdiction in Indian bank lawsuit

In a judgment issued on October 30, 2014 by the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Court of First Instance, the court confirmed its jurisdiction over a lawsuit by an expatriate investor, resident in Dubai, United...more

11/10/2014 - Banks DIFC Expatriates Foreign Investment Jurisdiction UAE

Emerging: Crime exposed in the currency exchange industry

U.S. prosecutors have recently filed an indictment against the operators of the Costa Rica-based currency exchange, Liberty Reserve, accusing it of helping criminals around the world to launder more than US$ 6 billion. ...more

7/1/2013 - Black Market Currency Exchange Fraud Money Laundering Terrorism Funding

Revocation of Non-Immigrant U.S. Visa

Imagine you are the holder of a non-immigrant US visa. Then, you receive a notice from the US Consulate that your visa has been revoked and that you must visit the US Consulate so that your visa can be physically cancelled....more

5/22/2013 - Non-Immigrant Visas Revocation Visas

Outsourcing of AML Compliance: How Far Can A Financial Institution Go?

Several banking giants, such as HSBC and Standard Chartered, are currently being investigated by US regulators for alleged failings in anti-money laundering (AML) compliance. What is the reason for these large banks’...more

12/5/2012 - Compliance Money Laundering Outsourcing

Data Privacy Protection: A Serious Business For Companies

Data privacy protection has become one of the top concerns for executives, worldwide. Just one stroke of bad luck can create a major data security breach—a computer hacker breaks into a company’s website and steals credit...more

12/4/2012 - Data Protection

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