Nicolas Sarkozy’s lawyer has been held for questioning in one of several corruption investigations now involving the former French president.
The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a bill last week that expands the Russia-centered Magnitsky Act of 2012.
The Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act (S.… Continue Reading
The Delaware Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on July 10 for the Walmart case that I discussed in a recent post on the FCPA Blog. The issue is whether the Walmart board, or certain directors, knew about the alleged bribery and cover up from 2006 until 2012.… Continue Reading
Japan has not done enough to combat money laundering, an international watchdog said on Friday, urging the government to adopt measures such as legislation that criminalizes terrorist financing.
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in Paris referred to its 2008 report on Japan, which highlighted deficiencies such as a lack of internal controls among financial institutions to prevent and detect illicit money transfers, Reuters reported on Saturday.… Continue Reading
ISIS militants in Syria executed and crucified one of their own men for corruption, according to a report Friday by Al Arabiya News.
Pictures on websites showed the body and bloodied head of a bearded man with a placard reading: “Guilty: Abu Adnan al-Anadali.… Continue Reading
New Zealand’s Justice Minister Judith Collins has endorsed an anti-corruption bill to deter domestic and international organized crime that would require banks to report international wire transfers of more than $1,000.
Morocco’s government endorsed a bill on Friday that created a national body designed to prevent and fight acts of bribery and corruption. … Continue Reading