Topic: International cooperation

EU to propose new anti-money laundering authority

08 July 2021

Ex-MROS chief: new powers a “major step forward” for Swiss international cooperation

The former head of Switzerland’s financial intelligence unit expects foreign authorities to eagerly tap the office’s expanded powers to demand information from banks on behalf of international partners.

06 July 2021

EPPO and OLAF enhance cooperation

05 July 2021

Guatemala thwarts Martinelli brothers alleged escape plot

02 July 2021

Keppel Offshore’s foreign bribery DPA ends

Keppel’s FCPA settlement ended successfully after the Singapore company met its compliance obligations.

01 July 2021

MEPs call for EU to stop funding Slovenia over lack of EPPO prosecutors

30 June 2021

New Guernsey investigations agency to prioritise tackling money laundering

Guernsey’s newly-created financial crime agency, led by a former SFO chief investigator, has its sights set on tackling international criminals seeking to launder funds through the island’s financial system.

29 June 2021

Wood Group enters global resolution over Amec Foster Wheeler bribes

Scottish energy company Wood Group has agreed to pay $177 million in settlements with authorities in the UK, the US and Brazil over foreign bribery.

28 June 2021

Australia ushers in US Cloud Act-style law

Australian enforcement agencies have been granted the power to force communication service providers with a presence in the country to hand over data even if the information is stored abroad, in a move that local politicians hope will significantly speed up criminal investigations.

24 June 2021

Wood Group expects imminent bribery settlements with UK, US and Brazil

24 June 2021

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