as much.5m, so this sentence sends a message that the courts will deliver harsh penalties to those found to be compliant, Carlton Huxleys Bill Ferguson was"d as saying. A Filipino cabin crew member who was awarded a Dhs1m (272,000) payment from Exential by a Dubai court last year has yet to see any of the money because court-appointed marshals have yet to recover any assets registered to the firm in the UAE, according. Many Israelis also praised the restraint of the soldiers, who remained calm throughout, though others said her actions merited a tougher response. Around 7,000 UAE residents were reportedly sucked in by the scam. Relatives say that a member of the Tamimi family was wounded in the head by a rubber bullet fired during those protests. The scuffle took place amid clashes and protests against US President Donald Trump's controversial recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Palestinian teenager Ahed Tamimi left prison on Sunday after an eight-month sentence for slapping two Israeli soldiers, an episode captured on video that made her a symbol of resistance for Palestinians, a prison service spokesman said. Her now-familiar image has been painted on Israel's separation wall cutting off the West Bank. The firms offices were shut down in 2016 and the two were arrested later that year.
They were first expected to arrive at a checkpoint near the Palestinian city of Tulkarm in the occupied West Bank, but there were later indications they would be taken to a crossing at Rantis. A lead investigator at a UK law firm hired to help the victims retrieve their funds said the focus was now on bad-faith investors who had lured others into the scam.
In a statement Citi said: "While we are disappointed by the tribunals decision, individual accountability is important to us and for that reason we defended the case in the tribunal. Barney Almazar, head of legal aid at the Philippine Embassy in the UAE, told. Both Tamimi and her mother were sentenced to eight months in an Israeli military court following a plea deal over the December incident which the family said took place in their yard in Nabi Saleh in the West Bank. Others have just given. Her mother Nariman was also arrested, as was her cousin Nour, who was freed in March. Staff Writer, tuesday, a Dubai court has reportedly sentenced two rogue traders involved in a 200m foreign exchange scam to more than 500 years in prison each. Citigroup is one of seven banks that have been fined more than 10bn for not preventing traders from rigging the.3 trillion-a-day forex market.
In August, former UBS and fXCM examen des courtiers en devises Citigroup trader Tom Hayes was sentenced to 14 years in prisons after becoming the first person to be convicted by a British jury of rigging Libor rates. Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas has praised her and social media has been flooded with support. They then move backwards after Nariman Tamimi becomes involved. "We expect our employees to adhere to the highest ethical standards and will not tolerate breaches of our code of conduct.". The UAE emirates court system had been flooded by submissions against the company the two men operated, Exential based in Dubai Media City. Video of it went viral, leading Palestinians to view her as a hero standing up to Israel's occupation. They point to a series of previous such incidents involving her, with older pictures of her confronting soldiers widely shared online.