Region: European Union

European Court of Auditors criticises OLAF and urges reform

11 January 2019

EU proposes strengthening European Banking Authority's powers

20 December 2018

Microsoft calls for shared global cross-border data sharing principles

12 September 2018

The Justice Department demands firms “get creative” to obtain overseas data

Lawyers report that the US Justice Department won’t fully credit a company for cooperating with an investigation unless its lawyers exhaust all possible workarounds to obtain information held outside the US.

28 June 2018

The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)

Featured in The Due Process Guide 2017

The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) is a new addition to the Due Process Guide, having become increasingly active in recent years, and making headlines in January 2017 when its investigation into the construction of a Hungarian metro line found that more than £400 million was lost due to fraud and corruption.

05 July 2017

Garcia report reveals the investigation that Fifa ignored

Fifa dismissed actionable evidence that its executives solicited bribes from countries bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, a year before it opened a probe into similar misconduct.

03 July 2017

EU fraud watchdog examines alleged misuse of funds by Irish police

22 June 2017

Deutsche Bank to strengthen European compliance team

10 May 2017

EU signs cooperation agreement with Brazil

12 April 2017

OLAF: UK’s lax controls allow criminals to defraud EU customs of billions

06 April 2017

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