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Graham Barrow
Highlighting the absurdities that allow money launderers free access to the world’s financial systems. Determined to finish Book 1 of “The Ӕlements” soon.
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TheDarkMoneyFiles Feb 14
It’s painful to listen to, but that’s not a good reason not to do so. Thank you for telling your mothers story so eloquently.
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Graham Barrow Feb 14
It’s a helluva story with an excellent outcome.
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Caspian Feb 10
Dark Money Files Live is the sell out event of the same named podcast. We're hosting the first ever North East event 27 Feb, Baltic, Gateshead! Register now and have your eyes opened to the dirty money flowing right under our noses!
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Graham Barrow Feb 10
Replying to @nickpdonovan
Interesting.
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Oliver Bullough Feb 9
I've got hold of an advance copy of 's book 'Putin's People', which is out next month, and am halfway through. Impression so far: OMG, this is going to be huge.
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Graham Barrow Feb 9
In this episode we look at the recent proposed defamation case between Javanshir Feyziyev and the OCCRP and the role that The Dark Money Files playe, so far as we are able to talk about it, in the lead up to the case (which never actually went ahead).
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Graham Barrow Feb 6
Replying to @edcaesar
I’ve always felt it falls into the same category as personalised number plates. I’ve never understood the allure of these either. What/who are they actually for?
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Tom Wright Jan 28
Replying to @greybrow53 @BenCowdock
No one can understand how Schillings accepts millions for Jho Low’s defense, but it does!
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Graham Barrow Jan 28
Replying to @BenCowdock
Maybe but a solicitor still cannot knowingly accept payment if it suspects that money was gained illegally or if the legal action was being used as part of a scheme to launder it. But of course in this case that just couldn’t happen. 😜
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Graham Barrow Jan 28
She’s hired Schillings (of course) who, given that they’ve taken on a PEP as a client, will need to do enhanced due diligence covering, amongst other things, Source of Wealth before accepting any money from her. I’d love to read that file! 😂
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Graham Barrow Jan 28
Replying to @SamuelJohnsnon
Indeed. Buzzsprout (our podcast host) offers a Beta version FoC. However, due to some of the content being quite technical and, quite frankly, my lazy enunciation, it still requires time and effort to render it into sensible English. But we don't mind doing it if people want it
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Graham Barrow Jan 28
Replying to @greybrow53
Before embarking on the somewhat substantial effort of transcribing all of the previous episodes (given this is an entirely unpaid activity) it would be helpful to know if this is a welcome addition to the Dark Money Files?
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Graham Barrow Jan 28
I'd like to ask a favour. A few people have asked for a written transcript of the podcast and, as a trial, we have posted one for the last episode, to a new page on our website. It can be found at the link below. 1/2
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Graham Barrow Jan 26
My latest article: "LLPs and Companies House – a detailed forensic investigation" which details some of the, at least to me, hitherto unknown elements that can be gleaned from a forensic review of Companies House filings.
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Joe Faith Jan 25
The Dark Money Files podcast is required listening for anyone in and the fight against . And highly recommended for anyone wanting an introduction to the area.
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Graham Barrow Jan 25
Replying to @TheFCA
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Graham Barrow Jan 25
To launch Season 4 we look at the newly revamped FCA - Financial Crime Guide and decide that it is an invaluable tool for financial crime professionals anwhere. We also look at confirmation bias and how it can contribute to less than effective outcomes.
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Graham Barrow Jan 24
As one legal battle is won () another is still to be achieved. Good luck
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Graham Barrow Jan 23
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