“No safe haven”: denying entry to the corrupt as a new anti-corruption policy

  title={“No safe haven”: denying entry to the corrupt as a new anti-corruption policy},
  author={Anton Moiseienko},
  journal={Journal of Money Laundering Control},
  • Anton Moiseienko
  • Published 2 September 2015
  • Business
  • Journal of Money Laundering Control
Purpose – This paper aims to provide an overview of the “no safe haven” anti-corruption commitment recently announced by the G20. The essence of this approach lies in denying entry to individuals reasonably believed to be complicit in massive corruption. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is based on the analysis of international legal instruments and relevant domestic legislation (US statutes, in particular the Magnitsky Act 2012), as well as on scholarly discussions. Findings… 
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