Topic: International cooperation

IRS takes on sanctions work

The US tax agency has identified 50 people and companies as possible targets for “sanctions-related enforcement” since March.

04 November 2022

French prosecutors in “discussions” with Airbus over possible new CJIP

Toulouse-based aerospace company Airbus is in talks over a potential criminal settlement in France, just 33 months after agreeing a record-breaking foreign bribery resolution.

27 October 2022

DOJ prosecutor hails “truly remarkable” relationship with Brazilian authorities

A senior US foreign bribery prosecutor has said the exemplary cooperation with Brazilian anti-corruption authorities provides a model for other countries wishing to collaborate with the Justice Department.

26 October 2022

French cement producer to pay $778 million for ISIS payments

Lafarge and its Syrian subsidiary pleaded guilty to “unprecedented charges” related to payments it made to terrorists groups to protect a cement plant near the Turkish border.

18 October 2022

Andorra freezes $51 million in alleged Odebrecht bribes

07 October 2022

Brazil prosecutors air corruption investigation concerns

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Brazilian federal prosecutors have spoken about the challenging environment they face when conducting corporate corruption investigations.

15 September 2022

$30 billion frozen in fight against Russia-linked corruption, Treasury official says

Treasury’s assistant secretary for terrorist financing and financial crimes also said FinCEN’s efforts to reform beneficial ownership disclosures were “game-changing”

08 September 2022

Switzerland to return stolen Uzbekistan assets via UN development fund

The Swiss and Uzbek governments have reached an agreement to return at least $131 million that was allegedly embezzled from Uzbekistan by the daughter of the country’s former president.

16 August 2022

EPPO and DOJ formalise cooperation

27 July 2022

The end of the road? Extradition to Russia and the country’s abuse of Interpol

For several years, the United Kingdom’s extradition arrangements with Russia and Russia’s membership of Interpol have been under severe strain. Does the Ukraine crisis now call for a fundamental change? Jasvinder Nakhwal, Nick Vamos and Alistair Jones at Peters & Peters’ London office argue that the Ukraine crisis and Russia’s expulsion from the Council of Europe provide a good opportunity to re-examine its uses of extradition and other cross-border conventions.

26 July 2022

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