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Banks severed from inaugural cum-ex trial could still face penalties

April 8, 2020, Global Investigations Review

Robert Henrici is quoted in Global Investigations Review regarding the German Federal Tax Office’s order to banks to repay the taxes that they allegedly evaded through cum-ex trades. Mr. Henrici says, “If a tax is demanded what does this mean for the option of disgorgement? These conversations will occupy courts for many more years.”

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