Corporate and business sectors are growing worldwide leading to increased competition and product wars. Such increase in competitive activities can lead to financial crimes which can be of multiple types like property ownership crimes, medical frauds, mortgage frauds, bank frauds, identity theft, embezzlement, corruption, bribery, kick-backs, money laundering, unfair price determination schemes, violation of regulatory guidelines during M & As, joint ventures, tax evasion, market irregularities, illegal speculative trading and much more. Strict government drive against financial crime in UAE is also due to the fact that such criminal proceeds are often used for other criminal activities like terrorism and organized crime.
Financial crimes within companies and institutions can be of severe effect to reputations and business environment, keeping a check on such activities require strict measures not just by government regulators but also by the companies themselves. Financial Crime Lawyers and Fraud Lawyers at Ask The Law Al Shaiba Advocates. International Fraud Lawyers and Local Fraud Lawyers at Ask The Law – Al Shaiba Advocates and Legal Consultants.