Denmark Suffers Blow To Dubai Arm Of $2B Tax Fraud Case

Law360, London (August 13, 2020, 9:08 PM BST) -- A Dubai court has dismissed Denmark's lawsuit against a British hedge fund founder alleged to be the mastermind behind a $1.9 billion tax fraud against the Danish government, dealing a setback to the European country's attempt to recover lost tax revenues through litigation in jurisdictions around the world.

Denmark's government, based in Copenhagen, suffered a setback when a Dubai court dismissed a lawsuit against a British hedge founder accused of orchestrating a fraudulent trading scheme. (AP) Denmark's tax authority failed to provide documents to support allegations that Sanjay Shah, the founder of Solo Capital Partners, orchestrated a fraudulent dividend trading scheme...

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