Money Laundering Case Studies

Being charged with money laundering requires a robust defense. The Khan Partnership can help, as evidenced by our recent successful cases.

Money Laundering Case Studies

Being charged with money laundering requires a robust defense. The Khan Partnership can help, as evidenced by our recent successful cases.

T v R. We have assisted a defendant in a complex international money laundering case.  The allegation against the defendant was that he ran a licensed foreign exchange bureau as a cover for a large scale money laundering operation.  The prosecution alleged that criminal proceeds worth GBP 5 million passed through the business over a four-month period. 

The first defendant was convicted of three money laundering offences and received separate terms of imprisonment totalling 14 years.

We were instructed after the trial and sentence to advise on the possibility of appeal. After reviewing the evidence and trial process we identified multiple possible grounds of appeal to be pursued.   

Investigation into £12 million Money Laundering. Our client, a global businessman, was arrested on suspicion of money laundering as part of a high profile case.  The investigation and prosecution related to conspiracy to launder money. 

The proceeds from the criminal enterprise were allegedly laundered through the bank accounts of a variety of illegitimate businesses, and some legitimate businesses which were unaware of the source of the funds.

Following the assertion of our client’s rights in relation to legally privileged material, we were able to limit the material that the authorities could view.  We successfully ended the case for our client at the investigation stage.  All those subsequently charged were convicted and received substantial terms of imprisonment.

Investigation into £14 million Money Laundering. We successfully represented an individual accused of a GBP 14 million money laundering scheme into the alleged proceeds of fraud.