Special Report: The ex-HSBC banker, go-fast limousines and bags of dirty cash
22 Nov 2018

A tale of drug money laundering spanning from the crowded streets of Casablanca to the pristine shores of Lac Leman, Geneva, has finally come to its conclusion in the courts in Paris – and an epilogue yet to play out in French prison. The story begins almost a decade earlier in 2009 when Ernest Sasson, a well-known Genevan banker, handed over the reins of his wealth management firm GPF SA to his son-in-law Meyer El Maleh.

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