StAR supports international efforts to end safe havens for corrupt funds. 

18
Countries received StAR assistance in 2021
5
countries adopted new laws or amendments related to asset recovery in 2021
3
countries receiving StAR assistance opened or concluded at least one AR case in 2021
9
countries received technical assistance on legislative reform in 2021
2
countries received StAR support to improve domestic coordination processes in 2021
1800+
people trained globally by StAR in 2021
24
global policy events contributed to [in-person and virtually] by StAR in 2021
5
countries received StAR support to improve international cooperation processes in 2021

Restoring proceeds of corruption to their rightful owner is a development imperative. By returning corrupt funds, we can mobilize resources to reduce poverty and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. It is also the right thing to do.

Ghada Fathi Waly, Executive Director, UNODC

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And let's not mince words: we need to deal with the cancer of corruption. In country after country, it is the people who are demanding action on this issue…we all know that it is a major barrier to sound and equitable development. Corruption is a problem that all countries have to confront.

James Wolfensohn, 9th President of the World Bank Group

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Signatures for Sale: A Look Inside the Corporate Secrecy Industry (IACC 2022)

StAR Workshop on beneficial ownership transparency at the International Anticorruption Conference; Bringing together heads of state, civil society, business leaders, a...
Date Dec 6 - 10, 2022

Corruption steals from the poor. It steals the promise of a bright future.

Jim Yong Kim, 12th President of the World Bank Group