August 06, 2020, GIR
A change to the rules governing South Africa’s long-running state capture inquiry will help prosecutors build corruption cases more quickly and efficiently, experts say.
July 30, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
A Houston federal court unsealed a raft of documents in the US prosecution of Unaoil brothers Saman and Cyrus Ahsani.
July 17, 2020, GIR
Australia’s anti-money laundering regulator has grown teeth in recent years and international financial institutions with operations in the country should be wary, lawyers say.
July 13, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
When the stakes are high, selecting a diverse team of external advisers takes a back seat, one corporate defence lawyer said. “A lot of it becomes who has the best reputation with the prosecutor.”
July 10, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
As high-dollar returns to victims abroad mount, a Justice Department official and former prosecutors unravel a conundrum they’ve faced in ensuring money doesn’t fall back into the wrong hands.
June 19, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
GIR is one of three publications that have moved to open up proceedings in a US Department of Justice case against the Ahsani brothers.
June 16, 2020, GIR
An investigation into alleged bribery by Swiss life sciences company Novartis of high-level Greek politicians has been beset by disintegrating charges and allegations of falsified evidence and political interference.
June 08, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
“He is quiet, eerily so in the beginning. I was like, ‘Why doesn't he ask more questions?’ But he just listened – that's who he is.”
May 29, 2020, JUST SANCTIONS
The US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control has been prolific in penalising companies for sanctions violations but doesn’t appear to have the same appetite for pursuing individuals.
May 22, 2020, Just Anti-Corruption
GIR spoke to over a dozen compliance professionals about how the field is weathering the pandemic. The energy sector is “getting killed”, a recruiter said.