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Recovering Stolen Assets
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Contents: Eva Joly: Preface: Repatriation of Assets - Preface : Rapatriement d'Actifs - Mark Pieth: Recovering Stolen Assets - A New Issue - Bernard Bertossa: What Makes Asset Recovery so Difficult in Practice? A Practitioner's Perspective - Nuhu Ribadu: Challenges and Opportunities of Asset Recovery in a Developing Economy - Enrico Monfrini: The Abacha Case - Tim Daniel/James Maton: Recovering the Proceeds of Corruption: General Sani Abacha - A Nation's Thief - Sergio Salvioni: Recovering the Proceeds of Corruption: Ferdinand Marcos of the Philippines - Simeon V. Marcelo: The Long Road from Zurich to Manila: The Recovery of the Marcos Swiss Dollar Deposits - Guillermo Jorge: The Peruvian Efforts to Recover Proceeds from Montesinos's Criminal Network of Corruption - Willie Hofmeyr: Navigating between Mutual Legal Assistance and Confiscation Systems - Alan Bacarese: Asset Recovery in a Common Law System: The United Kingdom - Paul Gully-Hart: International Asset Recovery of Corruption-Related Assets: Switzerland - Rene Brulhart: Asset Recovery from the Perspective of an Offshore Financial Centre (OFC): Liechtenstein - Hans-Peter Bauer: How to Deal with Politically Exposed Persons - Mary Jane Schirber/Frank E. Hydoski: Identification and Quantification - Jean-Bernard Schmid: Seizure - Tim Daniel/James Maton: Civil Proceedings to Recover Corruptly Acquired Assets of Public Officials - Pierre-Yves Morier: Is Autonomous Confiscation the Acme of Asset Recovery? - Nikos Passas: UNCAC, Technical Assistance and Development Efforts - Anne Lugon-Moulin: Asset Recovery: Concrete Challenges for Development Assistance - Cornelis De Jong: The Role of Donors - Pietro Veglio/Peter Siegenthaler: Monitoring the Restitution of Looted State Assets: the Role of Multilateral Development Banks (MDB's) - Daniel Claman: The Promise and Limitations of Asset Recovery under the UNCAC - Dimitri Vlassis/Dorothee Gottwald: Implementing the Asset Recovery Provisions of the UNCAC - Antenor Madruga: Expectations of Developing Economies: A View from the Americas - Mark Pieth: Putting the Puzzle Together.

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The Editor: Mark Pieth is Professor for criminal law and President of the Basel Institute on Governance. From 1989-1993 he was head of section on economic and organised crime in the Swiss ministry of justice and police. Since 1990 he has chaired the OECD Working Group on Bribery. From 2003-2005 he was a member of the UN Independent Inquiry Committee into the Iraq Oil-for-Food Program. Pieth is member of the Wolfsberg AML Group and board member of the WEF Partnering against Corruption Initiative.

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