Region: China

Wirecard’s Chinese acquisition fined $16.4 million for fraud

01 May 2020

DOJ officials promise more China-centric cases

The US attorney in Brooklyn expects more prosecutions of individuals and companies as part of the Justice Department’s crackdown on Chinese government-led economic espionage.

07 February 2020

Akin Gump registers to lobby for ZTE

Chinese phone parts manufacturer ZTE has retained Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld to “educate” the US government about its improved sanctions compliance.

22 January 2020

China investigating Hikvision directors in securities probe

14 November 2019

China’s laws can make cooperation with foreign investigations “impossible”

The combination of local state secret and data protection laws can make it impossible for companies in China to cooperate with investigations from foreign agencies.

31 October 2019

Hong Kong extradition to China would help combat money laundering, says FATF

05 September 2019

Chinese company linked to weapons of mass destruction charged with US sanctions violations

Featured in Investigator’s Guide to Hong Kong

The US has charged a Chinese commodities company and four of its top executives over allegations they violated sanctions on North Korea and set up front companies to cover their tracks.

24 July 2019

China to send anti-graft officers to oversee Belt and Road Initiative

19 July 2019

China regulator fines UniCredit unit $1.5 million

10 July 2019

China “has not abated” in its fight against corruption

China’s anti-corruption drive has not slowed down and the country’s authorities are increasingly conducting joint dawn raids, an audience at GIR Live heard.

12 June 2019

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