Topic: International cooperation

UK court rejects hedge fund employee’s European Arrest Warrant challenge

The court described the defendant’s challenge as “so hopeless that it is not properly arguable”, but experts say the case provides clarity on the UK’s post-Brexit extradition arrangement.

20 January 2021

Croatian court orders extradition of SBM Offshore whistleblower to Monaco

13 January 2021

Fiod conducts over 300 investigations on behalf of foreign partners

12 January 2021

More MEPs pile pressure on Portugal over EPPO nominee

12 January 2021

Brexit deal: UK takes step back in cross-border enforcement

The UK now faces more cumbersome enforcement and investigative procedures as a result of the country’s full separation from the EU, but it has managed to salvage some consolations in its new relationship with the bloc, experts say.

08 January 2021

European politicians call for inquiry into Portuguese EPPO nomination

08 January 2021

US authorities given additional powers to subpoena foreign banks

The recently passed US defence bill significantly increases the scope of banking records that the Justice and Treasury departments can demand from foreign banks.

07 January 2021

Senior Portuguese justice official resigns amid EPPO controversy

05 January 2021

SFO appoints new proceeds of crime head

The UK’s anti-fraud office has turned to an experienced case controller to lead the proceeds of crime and international assistance division – one of the three senior posts the agency is looking to fill.

11 December 2020

Hong Kong regulator accesses Chinese company audit documents for the first time

10 December 2020

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