Region: China

2017: What’s coming up?

With enforcement agencies around the world ramping up the fight against economic crime, and a new, unpredictable US government, 2017 is set to be a tumultuous year. In December 2016 we invited six leading lawyers from the UK, Germany, the US and Hong Kong to give their predictions on what will be the big issues for investigations specialists over the coming 12 months.

22 February 2017

Bank of China to pay €600,000 fine to resolve Italian money-laundering investigation

20 February 2017

ZTE US sanctions settlement likely to have material impact

16 February 2017

Hong Kong Investigator’s Guide

Featured in Investigator’s Guide to Hong Kong

GIR looks at the intricacies of carrying out investigations in Hong Kong, including political considerations, data protection regulations and the city’s unique mosaic of enforcement bodies.

06 February 2017

The good, the bad and the ugly: tell GIR about the enforcers you work with

GIR wants to hear your views on the due process policies and procedures of the government enforcement agencies and prosecutor’s offices you work with every day. The deadline for the 2017 Due Process Guide survey has been extended to 10 February.

03 February 2017

Rolls-Royce: 7 talking points from the UK judgment

The UK decision document reveals that engineering company Rolls-Royce’s “extraordinary cooperation” bought it a 50% discount on its UK fine, and more.

20 January 2017

China to set up new anti-corruption authority

13 January 2017

China turns the screw on money laundering

04 January 2017

David Green: China ‘less willing’ to give mutual legal assistance in investigations

09 December 2016

China faces allegations of torturing a bribery suspect

21 November 2016

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