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The former heads of a New York-based NGO allegedly bribed officials in the Marshall Islands in an attempt to create a semi-autonomous region with lower tax rates.
01 December 2022
The US Justice Department has said it is conducting “ongoing law enforcement activities” into Credit Suisse’s compliance with a $2.6 billion foreign tax evasion settlement from 2014.
08 November 2021
25 October 2021
Manhattan federal prosecutors have decided not to prosecute Bermuda-based lender NT Butterfield & Son for participating in a conspiracy to evade US taxes following the bank’s “extraordinary cooperation” with its investigation.
04 August 2021
As anti-corruption enforcement evolves, more foreign agencies are teaming up with US authorities. “South Africa is, really, the new Brazil,” said one leading corporate defence lawyer about the African country's anti-bribery efforts.
19 July 2021
Lincoln Caylor and Shaan Tolani, litigators at Bennet Jones in Canada, consider Canada’s proposed beneficial ownership registry and argue that while there will be significant issues to address, a registry with kinks to address is much better than no registry at all.
01 June 2021
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