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Train-the-Trainer project in Romania draws to a close certifying six local trainers

With a view to enhancing the investigation and asset recovery capacities of the Romanian law enforcement and justice authorities mandated to investigate and prosecute anti-corruption and economic crimes and recover stolen assets, the Basel Institute on Governance, through its International...

Bhutan ACC Commissioner lauds inter-agency collaboration and stakeholder support at the fourth ICAR training workshop

At the recent closure of the International Centre for Asset Recovery (ICAR) fourth workshop in Bhutan, the Honourable Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Bureau of Bhutan, Karma Damcho Nidup, emphasised the fact that corruption was not only the purview of the ACC: “It is our collective problem...

New online tool to make asset recovery more efficient

The Guidelines for Efficient Asset Recovery and its accompanying step-by-step guide are now available at https://guidelines.assetrecovery.org. The launch of this online tool took place in the...

New book "Confront Corruption" reflects on fighting corruption in the past, present and the future

The President of the Basel Institute on Governance, Professor Mark Pieth, together with his long-standing friend and renown expert Fritz Heimann, who is a founder of Transparency International (TI) and still on TI’s Advisory Council, have just released their new book: “Confronting Corruption –...

How to better investigate and prosecute corruption - ICAR completes Train-the-trainer programme in Tanzania

Between January and September 2017, ICAR experts conducted a series of Train-The-Trainer (TTT) workshops for the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Le cours en ligne sur "l'Analyse Opérationnelle" traduit en français

L'une des principales fonctions des cellules de renseignements financiers est l'analyse des opérations financières suspectes.

Regional training workshop for the Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Centre highlights the importance of cross-border co-operation in solving corruption and asset recovery cases

During August 2017, experts from the International Centre for Asset Recovery (ICAR) conducted a regional training workshop in Botswana in collaboration with the Commonwealth Africa Anti-Corruption Centre (CAACC) for 35 investigators and legal officers of Anti-Corruption Agencies in eight...

Media release: Launch of the Basel Anti-Money Laundering Index 2017

The Basel Institute on Governance has just released its sixth edition of the Basel Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Index, an annual ranking assessing 146 countries regarding money laundering/terrorism financing risks.

Partnership key to asset recovery success, say experts from Jersey, Kenya, Nigeria and the UK

At an event in London co-hosted by the Basel Institute on Governance and Chatham House on Monday 10 July 2017, panelists from Jersey, Kenya, Nigeria and the UK agreed that partnership, understanding each other’s systems and procedures, and informal communication between requesting and requested...

The Basel Institute and the Anti-Corruption Commission of Bhutan sign a MoU

 

ICAR to deliver training programme on Financial Investigations and Asset Recovery in Bulgaria

In order to tackle the widespread corruption in Bulgaria, the Centre for the Study of Democracy, a Bulgarian inter-disciplinary public policy institute, has partnered with the Basel Institute to provide technical assistance, under the Bulgarian Thematic Fund Security Project “Overcoming...

Are companies and executives responsible for human rights violations abroad?

Read latest FCPA Blog post written by our managing director, Gretta Fenner, about the responsibility and possible criminal liability of companies and their officials relating to human right violations allegedly committed abroad.

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