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In the early 1980s, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the world business organization headquartered in Paris with offices in 90 countries, set up three services to combat commercial crime, the International Maritime Bureau (IMB), the Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau (CIB), and the Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB), which are coordinated by the ICC Commercial Crime Services.
Recognizing fraud’s increasing sophistication, speed and global dimensions, in 2004 the International Chamber of Commerce complemented those specialized anti-crime services by founding FraudNet, an international network of lawyers specializing in fraud recovery. The services of FraudNet are not only available to the International Chamber of Commerce members, but also to the general public.