Topic: International cooperation

Baltic authorities target Estonian bank in coordinated action

Financial regulators in the Baltic states have urged Estonian bank Luminor to improve its anti-money laundering measures after authorities conducted coordinated searches that revealed deficiencies in its branches across the region.

26 August 2021

US shipping company tries to block IRS subpoenas issued on Russia’s behalf

20 August 2021

Spain extends foreign bribery probe targeting engineering company

11 August 2021

Indian businessman can appeal against UK extradition order

10 August 2021

UAE and China sign anti-money laundering collaboration agreement

04 August 2021

DOJ staff struggling to deal with weight of foreign evidence requests

The international affairs office of the DOJ’s criminal division says that it doesn’t have enough resources to deal with its backlog of mutual legal assistance cases.

23 July 2021

European Commission unveils plans for new anti-money laundering body

The EU wants to create a new, bloc-wide anti-money laundering regulator to tackle illicit financial flows across its 27 member states.

21 July 2021

Angola and Switzerland sign asset recovery agreement

21 July 2021

DOJ eyes new partners in fight against global corruption

As anti-corruption enforcement evolves, more foreign agencies are teaming up with US authorities. “South Africa is, really, the new Brazil,” said one leading corporate defence lawyer about the African country's anti-bribery efforts.

19 July 2021

SFO claims evidence of $380 million DRC bribery scheme

The UK’s anti-fraud agency says it has evidence of a vast money laundering scheme connected to a plot to pay bribes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

15 July 2021

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