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The European Court of Justice Strikes Down Public Access to Beneficial Ownership Information: First Thoughts

Since May 2018, the EU has been a trailblazer in mandating public access to beneficial ownership information, i.e. records of who actually owns companies as a matter of economic reality, as opposed to formal legal ownership. This came to abrupt halt yesterday, on 22 November 2022, with the EU’s Court of Justice ruling that theContinue reading “The European Court of Justice Strikes Down Public Access to Beneficial Ownership Information: First Thoughts”

Publication alert… Sanctions and Trading With the Enemy; Money Laundering and Customary International Law

In the world of academia, if it was not published in a peer-reviewed journal, it does not exist! I hope you will forgive me for using this post to share two of my latest attempts at playing the publications game. The first of these, ‘Trading with a Friend’s Enemy‘, is now out in the AmericanContinue reading “Publication alert… Sanctions and Trading With the Enemy; Money Laundering and Customary International Law”

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