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Jersey classic money laundering case revisited (2003-2006) “You cannot turn a blind eye to the obvious”!!!

On 5 June 2003 Yvonne Edmond-O’Brien was convicted by the Royal Court (Sir Richard Tucker, Commissioner, and Jurats Rumfitt and Alio) of BEING CONCERNED IN AN ARRANGEMENT TO LAUNDER THE PROCEEDS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING by her husband Michael O’Brien, ’’KNOWING OR SUSPECTING” that he was carrying on drug trafficking, contrary to article 17(1)(a) of the […]

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Jersey lawyer removed from the roll of solicitors of the Royal Court for following fraud and Money Laundering conviction

The Respondent, Kevin Manning, is a solicitor (écrivain) of the Royal Court.  On 12th December, 2018, he was sentenced to a total of 3½ years imprisonment in respect of twenty counts of fraudulent conversion, one count of fraudulent conversion by a trustee and one count of failing to comply with the requirements of the Money […]

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Jersey – first two prosecutions for Intermeddling – have you adequate procedure

This update follows the first-two-ever prosecutions of financial institutions in Jersey for the offence of INTERMEDDLING under the Probate (Jersey) Law 1998 (“the Probate Law”) By Article 23(1) of the Probate (Jersey) Law 1998, a person guilty of an offence is liable to a fine or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding twelve months […]

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Jersey courts criticise ‘no consent’ regime….AGAIN!!!

The issue of the ‘no consent’ regime in Jersey has recently been considered in the Jersey courts as part of an application to judicially review and quash the decision of the JFCU to refuse to consent to the normal operation of a bank account. Judgement say This is an application to judicially review and quash […]

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Beneficial Registries Aren’t the Best Solution to Win the Asset-Seizing Race

Activists and politicians tout beneficial registries as a solution to the perceived abuse of anonymous company ownership. Stephen Baker and Charlie Sorensen of Baker & Partners contend that kleptocratic dictators and sophisticated fraudsters won’t be impeded by such registries. The authors explain how existing civil laws have proven effective in seizing ill-gotten gains. Recent high-profile […]

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Beneficial Registries Aren’t the Best Solution to Win the Asset-Seizing Race

Activists and politicians tout beneficial registries as a solution to the perceived abuse of anonymous company ownership. Stephen Baker and Charlie Sorensen of Baker & Partners contend that kleptocratic dictators and sophisticated fraudsters won’t be impeded by such registries. The authors explain how existing civil laws have proven effective in seizing ill-gotten gains. Recent high-profile […]

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Jersey money laundering involve millions of lobster £$ Caught in the Net

A March 2013 judgment[1] of the Royal Court casts light on the Island’s conviction-based confiscation regime at a time when the States of Jersey is busy sharpening the claws of Jersey’s investigatory and prosecutorial authorities in relation to its civil, non-conviction based, asset forfeiture framework. The judgment contains an interesting tale of a cross-border, multi-million […]

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Kenya and Jersey to thrash out extradition of alleged criminals in long-running bribery case

KENYAN director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji is set to make a trip to the Island of Jersey over the fraud and money laundering case against ex-Nambale MP Chris Okemo and former Kenya Power and Lighting Company Chief Executive Samuel Gichuru. The two are accused of abusing their offices by using proxy companies to squander […]

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