Region: European Union

European court condemns Belgium over treatment of ex-EU official in bribery probe

Belgian prosecutors violated a former EU official’s right to a fair trial when interrogating him in a corruption investigation linked to Swiss commodities trader Glencore, Europe’s human rights court has ruled.

15 September 2021

EPPO and European Court of Auditors boost cooperation

06 September 2021

EU court: tax offenders can be charged with laundering the proceeds

03 September 2021

EU seeks to reinforce function of bank compliance officers throughout the continent

The EU’s banking regulator has set out draft guidelines designed to establish a clear, consistent understanding of the role of anti-money laundering compliance officers in financial institutions across the bloc.

03 August 2021

Swiss privilege ruling a concern for companies seeking legal advice outside of Europe

One Swiss lawyer said the country’s parliament should examine the “unacceptable” ruling that permits prosecutors to seize legal advice given by lawyers outside of Europe in certain circumstances.

23 July 2021

EU fines carmakers €875 million for emissions tech collusion

The European Commission has determined that Daimler, BMW and the Volkswagen group agreed not to compete over emissions technology in diesel cars, in its first-ever cartel decision penalising collusion over technical standards.

09 July 2021

EU to propose new anti-money laundering authority

08 July 2021

EPPO and OLAF enhance cooperation

05 July 2021

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

30 June 2021

EU Court of Auditors criticises bloc’s anti-money laundering enforcement

29 June 2021

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