11 May 2021Ended

Tough times ahead? Key trends in business crime in Germany


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In Germany, signs are pointing to a tightening of the legal framework for corporate criminal liability with a draft law on sanctions for .. Read more associations (the so-called “Verbandssanktionengesetz”) being in the middle of the legislative process. Hence, the risk of an organisation being found liable for criminal activity should be high on the agenda for directors, company officers and shareholders alike. In the field of money laundering, a significant tightening of rules has already come into force. Driven by the EU’s sixth money laundering directive (Directive (EU) 2018/1673), the German legislator has substantially extended criminal liability for money laundering. Following an “all crimes” approach, any criminal offence now qualifies as a suitable potential predicate offence for money laundering which is expected to lead to a considerable increase in the number of money laundering cases. Kerstin is a regular speaker at external compliance-focused conferences both in Germany and abroad. She was recently named by WirtschaftsWoche one of the most renowned lawyers for Compliance and has also been awarded “Name of the next Generation” by Legal 500 (Legal 500 Germany, 2020/2021, Internal Investigations).

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