ING and Beyond: Enforcement Insights From a Dutch Prosecutor

The SEC has closed its investigation into Dutch bank ING, but only after the company agreed to pay $900 million to authorities in the Netherlands to resolve criminal charges. Dutch authorities have also played major roles in the SBM, VimpelCom and Telia corruption settlements. In an exclusive interview with the Anti-Corruption Report, Daniëlle Goudriaan, the Netherlands’ National Coordinating Prosecutor for Corruption, discussed the ING case, the impact of recent changes in Dutch anti-corruption law, how she handles international cooperation challenges, the evolution of her country’s settlement tools and her office’s enforcement priorities. See “Five Stages of Corruption and Myriad Internal Controls Failures: Compliance Takeaways From the VimpelCom Settlement” (Mar. 9, 2016).

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