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  • February 6 2014
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    How good are the experts at evaluating countries’ anti-money-laundering and combating the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) systems?  That was the central question in a new report released last week by the Center on Law and Globalization
  • January 13 2014
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    On January 14, 2011, Tunisia’s President Zine El Abbedine Ben Ali fled to Saudi Arabia in the wake of a popular uprising against his 24 year-long rule. M. Ben Ali was the first head of State to fall in the Arab Spring – the outpouring of discontent against long standing autocracies in the region.
  • December 18 2013
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    Today the OECD has released a report measuring how its member countries are performing in their efforts to stem illicit financial flows (IFF).  While much attention is likely to focus on the chapters discussing money laundering, tax evasion and bribery - the main sources of illicit financial flows - the report features an important discussion of the other side of the equation: how are OECD countries performing in returning illicit financial flows?
  • Counting the cost of corruption - a week at a time...: A snippet a week for a year on asset recovery, from The Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative
    December 9 2013
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  • November 26 2013
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    Settlements in cases of foreign bribery cases are big news and growing.  More and more countries are allowing these procedures, and their law enforcement agencies are using them forcefully in their efforts to combat foreign bribery.
  • November 26 2013
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    Los acuerdos de sanciones por casos internacionales de soborno tienen gran impacto noticioso y son cada vez más frecuentes. 

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