Financial Crime Services in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE)
Finance Crime Services in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE) | AAB Law Firm
Our team excels in understanding financial crime laws in the UAE and has multinational roots, allowing us to cooperate, on this sensitive matter, with all ethnicities living in the United Arab Emirates.
We are ever-ready to assist individuals, families, & SMEs with financial crime advisory and litigation in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, RAK, & Umm al Quwain.
We specialize in but are not limited to the following Financial Crimes Services in Dubai and other Emirates (UAE):
- Representation & Action on Behalf of Clients in cases:
- Financial Fraud (cheque bounce, fake cheque, corporate fraud)
- Advocacy & Representation in front of UAE police and courts.
- Compliance Advisory for your business on establishing precautions against bribery.
- Anti-Monday Laundering Compliance Training: We provide SMEs compliance training to avoid unintentional scenarios of money-laundering that could cause punitive legal action.
- Defense Against Financial Litigation: AAB’s team is equipped with the experience to defend its clients who have become a victim of financial litigation whether it be due to fraud claims, issues with bank loans, or overwhelming credit card debt. We will provide services for arbitration and defense to develop favorable outcomes for our clients.
AAB specializes in both advisory, defense, and prosecution in cases regarding financial crimes through financial crime lawyers in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, RAK, & Umm al Quwain.
We have successfully represented clients across the United Arab Emirates in various cases regarding financial crimes. Our team is ready to bring you convenience and relief as we bring experienced and professional handling to your case.
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Financial Crime Law in Dubai & Other Emirates (UAE)
When offences such as identity theft, mortgage fraud, violation of regulatory guidelines, corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, bribery, information security, market abuse and insider dealing or electronic crime are committed by organized criminals, business leaders, employees, customers, or sometimes even by successful individuals, such a crime is called financial crime.
Closely connected to cybercrime, financial crimes are often committed via the Internet and have a major impact on all business. A company's reputation can be seriously damaged or affected when financial crimes are committed and such requires strict measures to be taken by the companies also.