Jul 10 2020

Will the EU take measures for more effectively management of forfeited assets?

In line with Better Regulation principles, the Commission has decided to launch a public consultation to gather stakeholder views on the possible enhancements to the EU anti-money laundering/countering the financing of terrorism framework (AML). TI-S, TI-EU and other representatives of the global anti-corruption movement of Transparency International among […]

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The Project

The project “Enhancing Integrity and Effectiveness of Illegal Asset Confiscation – European Approaches” is a 24-month initiative of Transparency International – Bulgaria launched in the beginning of June 2013. The project receives financial support from the “Prevention of and Fight against Crime” programme carried out by DG Home […]

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The project aims to provide for two major lines of action – 1) legal and sociological research and 2) independent civil monitoring – to support the effectiveness, accountability and transparency […]

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The independent civil monitoring is a tool for effective public control over assets confiscation procedures in three EU Member States – Bulgaria, Romania and Italy. The monitoring provided for objective assessment of the level in which the work of confiscation bodies is based on the principles of transparency, efficiency, integrity and accountability. In the course of the monitoring […]

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