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World Bank corruption investigators look to push the envelope after Canadian due process challenge

Global Investigations Review

18 Nov 2016

James Koukios, a partner in in Morrison & Foerster's securities litigation, enforcement and white-collar defense practice group and former senior deputy chief of the Justice Department's fraud section, commented on topics related to national authorities and investigations regarding World Bank.

Zimmermann spoke in conversation with James Koukios, a partner at Morrison & Foerster and a former prosecutor of the FCPA unit at the US Department of Justice. Koukios asked Zimmermann if national authorities reciprocated with the World Bank by sharing information from their own investigations.

Zimmermann was also asked by Koukios if the Bank would ever consider not sharing information with national authorities, in the event that a company self-disclosed the misconduct and cooperated fully with INT investigators.

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