- ICC Commercial Crime Services
- International Maritime Bureau
- IMB Piracy Reporting Centre
- Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau
- Financial Investigation Bureau
- Friday, 31 January 2014 07:23
The difficulty of making a connection between asset recovery and money laundering was one of the topics discussed at the 3rd Seminar for International Fraud, Recovery of Assets and Transnational Cooperation for Insolvency in São Paulo held in Brazil.
- Wednesday, 15 January 2014 07:00
Piracy at sea has reached its lowest levels in six years, with 264 attacks recorded worldwide in 2013, a 40% drop since Somali piracy peaked in 2011, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) International Maritime Bureau (IMB) revealed today. 15 incidents were reported off Somalia in 2013, down from 75 in 2012, and 237 in 2011.
- Thursday, 17 October 2013 07:00
The International Chamber of Commerce’s International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has revealed that piracy on the world’s seas is at its lowest third-quarter level since 2006, but warns of the threat of continuing violent attacks off the East and West coasts of Africa.
ICC Fraudnet meet on November 7 and 8 2013 in São Paulo, Brazil at the Third Annual Conference on Fraud, Asset Recovery & Cross Border Insolvency
- Friday, 27 September 2013 07:41
ICC Fraudnet invites you to join the brightest minds and leading innovators in international asset recovery November 7 and 8 2013 in São Paulo, Brazil at the Third Annual Conference on Fraud, Asset Recovery & Cross Border Insolvency Cooperation, sponsored by ICC FraudNet and Schools of Public Attorneys and Magistrates of São Paulo.
- Data leaks and what they could mean for business
- IMB urges vigilance to avoid pirates off the coast of Somalia
- IMB Piracy Report highlights violence in West Africa
- IMB advises continued vigilance as maritime piracy attacks decline
- CIB finds flaws in domain-removal process
- Piracy falls in 2012, but seas off East and West Africa remain dangerous, says IMB
- Vessel's crew released after nearly three years in captivity off Somalia
- IMB warns against fake cargo tracking websites