Linklaters has been targeted by cyber scammers for the third time in the space of a few months. 

Emails professing to be from Linklaters were sent to a client of the Magic Circle firm, requesting that funds be paid into a ‘subsidiary bank account’. A document called ‘Linklaters bank information’ was attached to one of the emails, claiming to provide genuine bank account details.

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