Following the conclusion of the 2017 G20 Finance Ministers meeting, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) issued the following statement:
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission has made a series of new appointments to its Advisory Board, Executive Committee, and Secretariat. It does so in line with its 2020 Strategy and with the aim of strengthening its regulatory advocacy and rule-making efforts.
ICC today announced the appointment of three new technical advisors for its Commission on Banking – a leading global policy and rule-making body for the banking industry known worldwide for its trade finance products and services including Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits, the most successful privately drafted rules for trade ever developed.
The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) has urged ongoing caution over gold transactions, after the previously-reported trend in fraudulent deals continued.
The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) has recently been made aware of a number of suspect approaches made by individuals purporting to be representing the organisation.
A new book by the ICC FraudNet highlights the limitations and opportunities of legal actions around the world to recover losses due to fraud. Criminal proceeds currently being recovered from fraudsters caught and prosecuted amount to a small percentage of the losses. The need for victims to get more back is acute.
The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) is urging banks to be vigilant in the wake of a spate of fraudulent bank guarantees identified in recent months.
Found guilty of defrauding over $170 million from thousands of investors, four operators of the fictitious First International Bank of Grenada, are now facing jail time and millions of dollars in fines.
Today’s edition of the Financial Times newspaper includes a Letter to the Editor from ICC strongly supporting the goal of seizing a last opportunity to conclude the Doha Round.
BBC investigators have discovered that the hard drives from many recycled British computers are turning up in Nigeria, a country notorious for financial fraud and identity theft.