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ICC FraudNet has published a new Global Annual Report to highlight international developments and perspectives in fraud, financial crime and asset recovery
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ICC FraudNet has published a new Global Annual Report to highlight international developments and perspectives in fraud, financial crime and asset recovery.
The Inaugural FraudNet Global Report 2021 draws upon the collective knowledge and experience-driven insights of its Members and Strategic Partners – all leaders in their fields of practice and who are at the forefront of some of the world’s most high-profile, legally impactful and sensitive asset recovery cases involving fraud and related misconduct.
Launching the new Report, Co- Executive Directors Michele Caratsch and Babajide Ogundipe said “We commend this cutting edge report to all those working in this field and thank all our contributors for their excellent and insightful articles”.
Articles in the new report contain a useful mix of case studies, theoretical discussions, and practical solutions-based insights. They cover a range of important themes, including developments in criminal and civil asset recovery initiatives, beneficial ownership and corporate transparency, ‘offshore’ issues, fraud and insolvency, cybercrime and security, evidential and ethical considerations, unexplained wealth and account freezing orders, forged commodities, crypto-assets and their regulation, and forensic analysis.
Practical illustrations and examples abound, particularly from the different regions represented in the report, and add context to complex and developing areas of law. The Report also includes articles from leading academics associated with FraudNet, who are engaged in ongoing research in the field.
ICC FraudNet was founded in 2004 and operates under the auspices of ICC Commercial Crime Services – the anti-crime arm of the International Chamber of Commerce, the Paris based world business organisation with offices in more than 90 countries.
* Please click here to access and download the Report: https://icc-ccs.org/home/fraudnet