Tag results for 'Corruption'

Asset recovery in Pakistan: a call for international cooperation

There are substantial difficulties regarding asset recovery in Pakistan. Collaborations between global institutions, such as the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC), the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and INTERPOL, aim to curb this issue. Efforts to counter this problem include promoting national policies for tracing, seizure and confiscation of criminal assets, as well as enhancing operational cooperation and information sharing. This article will discuss the policy framework under the National Accountability Bureau Ordinance 1999 (‘Ordinance’).

Released on Aug 14, 2023

Anti-Corruption Committee sessions at the IBA Annual Conference, Miami, 30 October to 4 November 2022

This report outlines some of the topics discussed by panellists at sessions organised by the Anti-Corruption Committee at the IBA Annual Conference, Miami, 2022.

Released on Jan 13, 2023

Preparing for the US’ renewed anti-corruption strategy

When US President Joe Biden unveiled his new strategy on countering corruption in December 2021, commentators largely agreed that tackling corporate abuses overseas is firmly back on the US agenda. In-House Perspective reports on how companies and their in-house teams outside the US can prepare.

Released on Mar 2, 2022