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Who Objected To $2B In Cum-Ex Trades? Not The Lawyers​

Law360, London (October 16, 2020, 9:08 PM BST) -- If something is rotten in the state of Denmark's tax collection, it's the result of a cock-up, not a crime. That's what Sanjay Shah thinks, anyway.

Danish authorities have accused the London-born, Dubai-based financier of masterminding a £1.5 billion ($2 billion) plot to cheat the country's tax collector.

Sanjay Shah is accused of masterminding a £1.5 billion ($2 billion) plot to cheat Denmark's tax collector. (Greg Allen) In an interview with Law360, Shah said he has done nothing wrong, insisting he was able to earn millions from an elaborate dividend trading strategy known as cum-ex by exploiting a perfectly legal loophole...

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