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Jonathan Fisher QC writes article in Money Laundering Bulletin – ‘Implications for Practitioners’.

Jonathan Fisher QC has written an article entitled, ‘Case to answer: R v Rogers - implications for practitioners’. The article was published in this months’ (May) edition of the Money Laundering Bulletin.

The UK court has jurisdiction to convict a defendant of money laundering in circumstances where all of the conduct constituting the money laundering takes place abroad. In this article Jonathan writes that the decision has significant implications, not fully appreciated, for solicitors, accountants and financial services providers offering professional services from offices abroad. The question arises as to whether the case of R v Rogers [2014] has been wrongly decided.  

Read the full PDF version of the article here.

Jonathan Fisher QC is ranked as one of the UK’s leading barristers in the areas of proceeds of crime, banking and financial services regulation and is noted by the Legal Directories as having great experience in cases involving money laundering. Jonathan can be contacted to discuss any of the issues raised in the article at fisher@devchambers.co.uk

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