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Title Abstract Author Volume Issue Date Publishedsort ascending Geography Subject Areas
Brazil Initiates Tax Crime Investigations into Illegal Overseas Accounts The Brazil Government has initiated simultaneously investigations against Brazilian banks misusing the right to have overseas accounts and negotiating agreements to investigate these accounts in the... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Brazil, Bahamas, Paraguay, Cayman Islands Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, International Cooperation, Tax Crimes
U.S. Court Upholds Summons under Mexican TIEA The United States District Court for the South District of New York has dismissed the petition of a Mexican citizen to quash a summons served on a domestic bank by the Internal Revenue Service on... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Mexico Administration of Justice, Treaties, Tax Enforcement, Tax Crimes
Brazil Extradition of Arson Suspect to U.S. Raises Questions On December 18, 1995, the extradition order by the Supreme Court of Brazil of an arson suspect to the United States has raised questions and controversy on the scope of the prosecution authority... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Brazil Extradition, Murder, Fraud, Treaties, Deportation
U.S. Requests Extradition from Holland of Person Accused of Rare Manuscript Theft On December 29, 1995, Dutch newspapers reported that Daniel Spiegelman, a United States citizen whose extradition the U.S. has requested in connection with illegal weapons possession, may have... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Netherlands Extradition, Human Rights
Schneider Withdraws Appeal of Extradition to Germany On January 15, 1996, Mr. Michael Lacher, counsel for Mr. Jürgen Schneider, the fugitive German property tycoon and financier, announced that Mr. Schneider has withdrawn his appeal against the... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Germany Extradition, Fraud, Financial Crimes
Interpol Puts Canadian Financier on Most-Wanted List On January 22, 1996, a South African court ruled that Paul Grecian, a former British spy and arms dealer whose extradition the United States has requested for sending contraband material to Iraq,... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 Canada, Europe, Switzerland, United Kingdom Money Laundering, Mutual Legal Assistance, Fraud, Law Enforcement, Theft
Interpol Agents in South Africa Arrest U.S. Arms Fugitive On January 22, 1996, a South African court ruled that Paul Grecian, a former British spy and arms dealer whose extradition the United States has requested for sending contraband material to Iraq,... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, United Kingdom, Belgium, Iraq, South Africa, Jordan Extradition, Arms Trafficking, Fraud, Law Enforcement
Bank of England Exposes Fraud in Its Certificates The Bank of England has exposed efforts to dupe investors into investing in fake Bank of England certificates of deposit worth many millions that have been in circulation…(more) Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United Kingdom Fraud, Financial Crimes
Mexico and United Kingdom Negotiate Asset Forfeiture Cooperation Agreement On January 20, 1996, the international media reported that Mexico and Britain are negotiating an asset forfeiture cooperation agreement that will facilitate the forfeiture by Britain on behalf of... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Mexico, United Kingdom, Switzerland Money Laundering, Corruption, Bank Secrecy, Murder, United Nations, Drugs & Trafficking, Asset Forfeiture, Asset Seizure, International Cooperation, International Convention
Brazil Initiates Anti-Money Laundering Project The Brazilian Minister of Justice Nelson Jobim has discussed publicly the anti-money laundering project that the Cardoso Administration has initiated. Jobim defended the proposal in Buenos Aires... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 Brazil, Argentina Money Laundering, Corruption, Arms Trafficking, Drugs & Trafficking, Tax Crimes
U.S. Increases Conventional and Nonconventional Ways to Stem Illegal Entry on Southwestern Border The United States, in anticipation of a new rush of illegal aliens from Mexico, has taken both conventional and nonconventional means to stem the flow…(more) Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Mexico Customs Enforcement, Intelligence, National Security, Drugs & Trafficking, Sanctions, Law Enforcement
Czech Republic Is the 25th Signatory to the European Laundering Convention On December 18, 1995, the Czech Republic became the 25th government to sign the 1990 European Convention on Money Laundering...(more) Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 Europe, Czech Republic Money Laundering, Bank Secrecy, European Union, Asset Forfeiture, Economic Integration, Asset Seizure, International Convention
Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal Decides Remaining Preliminary Motions On November 14, 1995, the Trial Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of... André Klip 12 2 1996-02-01 Germany, Croatia, Former Yugoslavia, Bosnia Human Rights, Jurisdiction, International Courts, Crimes against Humanity
International Bar Association Adopts Anti-Laundering Resolution The International Bar Association (IBA) has adopted an anti-money laundering resolution...(more) Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 World Money Laundering, Administration of Justice, International Organizations, Financial Crimes
U.K. and Italy Conclude MOU for Financial Services Cooperation The United Kingdom and Italian financial services regulators, SIB and CONSOB, have announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on regulatory cooperation. The purpose of the MOU is... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United Kingdom, Italy Money Laundering, International Organizations, Fraud, International Cooperation, Financial Supervision
FDIC Orders Florida Bank to Increase Oversight for Pass-Through Accounts In an indication of its new initiative against "pass-through" or "payable through accounts," the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has issued a public cease and desist order that requires... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Iraq Bank Secrecy, Fraud, Sanctions, Law Enforcement, Banking Supervision
Bibliography of Books, Articles and Documents Books 1. Adjective Enforcement Paolo Bernasconi, Nuovi Strumenti Giudiziara Contro la Criminalità Economica Internazionale [Nouveaux Instruments Judiciaries Contra la Criminalité Économique... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 World Bibliography
GAO Report Shows U.S. Agencies Are Improving Coordination and Cooperation in Apprehending Fugitives The U.S. General Accounting Agency has released a report discussing measures taken by federal agencies involved in apprehending federal fugitives, including fugitives of other countries. The report... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States Customs Enforcement, Jurisdiction, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement, Law Enforcement
Thailand Extradites Parliament Member to U.S. on Drug Charges On January 19, 1996, the Thai Government set a new precedent when it extradited to the United States Thanong Siriprichapong, a Thai member of Parliament on drug trafficking charges …(more) Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 United States, Thailand Extradition, Drugs & Trafficking, Treaties, International Cooperation, Drug Enforcement
IMF Structural Adjustment in Argentina Produces Increased Tax Compliance In November 1995, the Argentine Government, under pressure from the International Monetary Fund through its structural adjustment loan to raise more revenue from corporate tax collections, obtained... Bruce Zagaris 12 2 1996-02-01 Canada, United States, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Panama International Organizations, Sanctions, Tax Enforcement, International Cooperation, Tax Crimes