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US prosecutors will pursue increasingly aggressive civil forfeiture actions targeting cryptocurrencies in the coming years, according to two high-profile ex-DOJ officials.
03 March 2022
Swiss authorities have delivered a veteran tax adviser to Germany after Switzerland’s highest court rejected his final appeal against the extradition proceedings.
24 February 2022
The UK has reached an agreement with the Nigerian government to return £210,000 that the Serious Fraud Office obtained in a recent corruption settlement with oilfield services company Amec Foster Wheeler.
21 February 2022
27 January 2022
A UK court has given the home secretary 48 hours to decide whether to approve businessman Mike Lynch’s extradition to the US to face charges he inflated the value of his business prior to its 2011 sale to Hewlett-Packard.
26 January 2022
24 January 2022
Manhattan federal prosecutor Edward Imperatore has left the DOJ for Morrison & Foerster.
19 January 2022
Greek authorities have arrested Israeli businessman Beny Steinmetz after he was convicted in Romania of bribing local officials.
10 December 2021
The head of France’s financial crime prosecution agency has said the Airbus bribery case “set a new standard” for cooperation between his agency, the US Justice Department and the UK’s Serious Fraud Office.
03 December 2021
The OECD has urged countries to work together to crack down on international bribery in the body’s first new anti-corruption standards in over a decade.
26 November 2021
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