Region: Netherlands

Dutch lawyers unfazed by court’s comments on independent investigations

The court said that any law firm’s claim that it can conduct impartial investigations is “potentially misleading”.

30 April 2021

The Netherlands targets PwC in SHV corruption case

Dutch prosecutors are investigating PwC and executives in connection with a vast alleged bribery scheme orchestrated by subsidiaries of Dutch trading firm SHV Holdings.

29 April 2021

Dutch court: lawyer-led internal investigations not independent

23 April 2021

SHV subsidiaries close to reaching corruption settlement in the Netherlands

23 April 2021

ABN Amro signs €480 million Dutch money laundering settlement

Dutch prosecutors have marked three former ABN Amro executives as suspects, including the CEO of Danske Bank who announced his resignation on Monday.

19 April 2021

UBS backs CEO amid ongoing criminal probe in the Netherlands

09 April 2021

ABN Amro’s Dutch money laundering settlement draws nearer

09 April 2021

Ex-Siemens engineer sentenced over China trade secret theft

A former Siemens chief engineer has avoided prison time in the Netherlands after being convicted for selling secret information about steam turbines to a Chinese company.

15 March 2021

Dutch parliamentary resolution could open the door for corporate monitorships

GIR speaks to the politician behind a recent proposal in the Netherlands to introduce mandatory probation and independent oversight of compliance efforts for companies that resolve a criminal investigation through a settlement.

03 March 2021

Counsel Watch: Brazilian firms guide Vale to landmark dam collapse settlement

The latest counsel watch includes the names behind significant resolutions in Brazil with Vale, Samsung and Philips.

02 March 2021

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