Topic: Anti-corruption

UK covid-19 procurement report could form basis of fraud and corruption probes

UK law enforcement should examine a critical report into how the government secured emergency personal protective equipment in the early months of the pandemic, according to legal experts.

24 November 2020

UPAC chief suggests creation of Quebec FBI

24 November 2020

Irish corporate enforcer nets police reinforcements

23 November 2020

French judges to question Carlos Ghosn in Lebanon

20 November 2020

McDermott hires Norton Rose partner

Carlos Ortiz, a former partner at Norton Rose Fulbright currently representing a company in the Fifa corruption case, has joined McDermott Will & Emery as a partner in the firm’s white collar defence practice in New York.

20 November 2020

Israel defence ministry to investigate submarine deal

20 November 2020

FinCEN closely watching reports from cryptocurrency industry

FinCEN director Kenneth Blanco said that the agency wants the cryptocurrency industry to provide “actionable information, not just words” when filing suspicious activity reports.

19 November 2020

Monitorships decline as companies invest in compliance

Lawyers say monitorships are on the decline because companies are better at avoiding them and prosecutors are less keen to impose them. But those lawyers also question whether that trend will continue.

18 November 2020

Australia arrests former oil executive in Unaoil-linked probe

The Australian Federal Police has arrested a former Leighton Offshore executive and issued arrest warrants for two other individuals in connection with a wide-reaching foreign bribery investigation into Monegasque oil consultancy Unaoil.

18 November 2020

Ghana’s anti-corruption prosecutor resigns over alleged political interference

18 November 2020

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