Jersey Trust Company Fined $835,000 For Opening ‘Gateway To Possible Money Laundering’ In Angola

A court in the Channel Islands has fined a team of accountants and economists who for years ignored risks of possible corruption and embezzlement when providing services to an investment management company working with Angola’s government. Jersey’s Royal Court fined LGL Trustees Ltd more than $835,000 for two breaches of the island’s anti-money la...

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