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29 June 2022
Former federal prosecutors believe the DOJ’s decision to trade immunity for information about a yacht’s oligarch owner is a warning shot for the yacht building industry and other sectors that serve the super-rich.
24 June 2022
The head of Australia’s anti-money laundering agency has seen widespread compliance improvements after bringing tough enforcement actions against some of the country’s biggest lenders.
23 June 2022
Corporate criminal liability reform in the UK is at the mercy of political forces after the government’s law review body failed to outline a clear path forward.
21 June 2022
Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention has shifted its focus to confiscating the assets of pro-Kremlin businesses and oligarchs following the Russian invasion, an official has revealed.
15 June 2022
France’s financial crimes prosecutor is struggling to obtain evidence from certain overseas jurisdictions, despite the agency’s efforts to improve cooperation with foreign prosecutors.
14 June 2022
The Law Commission’s long-awaited review of corporate criminal liability in the UK has been branded “limited and unambitious” by MPs and anti-corruption groups.
10 June 2022
The UK’s sanctions enforcement agency has updated its guidance for punishing breaches on the eve of a rule change that gives it new powers to fine companies for inadvertent violations.
08 June 2022
An OLAF official believes the establishment of an EU-wide prosecution agency will improve the effectiveness of the bloc’s anti-fraud investigation agency by prosecuting more of its cases.
08 June 2022
European politicians want to bring in bloc-wide criminal penalties for evading European Union sanctions because current fines vary wildly from country to country. “It’s one that all lawyers, frankly, should be monitoring,” said one practitioner.
26 May 2022
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