International Relations: Politics, Economics, Law


In this article we analyze the legal aspects of leading international experience in countering corruption in bank and financial sectors. It must be noted that these issues have gained even more importance given the universal character of corruption related criminal activities. The trans-boundary character of this kind of crimes makes it significant to properly study and learn foreign expertise in the sphere. Having analyzed experience of various countries we have come up with relevant conclusions, regarding institutional base, legal tools, involvement of civil society actors, significance of transparency and etc.

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