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Piracy figures for 2009 surpass those for previous yearWednesday, 23 September 2009AdministratorAverage rating330 Piracy figures for 2009 surpass those for previous year /index.php/site_content/item/330-piracy-figures-for-2009-surpass-those-for-previous-year
FIB issues warning on fake bank guaranteesWednesday, 02 September 2009AdministratorAverage rating331 FIB issues warning on fake bank guarantees /index.php/site_content/item/331-fib-issues-warning-on-fake-bank-guarantees
The ICC Financial Investigation Bureau (FIB) is urging banks to be vigilant in the wake of a spate of fraudulent bank guarantees identified in recent months.
Piracy doubles in first six months of 2009Wednesday, 15 July 2009AdministratorAverage rating332 Piracy doubles in first six months of 2009 /index.php/site_content/item/332-piracy-doubles-in-first-six-months-of-2009
Piracy attacks around the world more than doubled to 240 from 114 during the first six months of the year compared with the same period in 2008, the ICC International Maritime Bureau’s Piracy Reporti ...
CCS issues new warning following South Africa’s largest corporate fraudThursday, 25 June 2009AdministratorAverage rating333 CCS issues new warning following South Africa’s largest corporate fraud /index.php/site_content/item/333-ccs-issues-new-warning-following-south-africas-largest-corporate-fraud
With the news that hundreds of wealthy investors from South Africa and other parts of the world have been defrauded of more than one billion rand in an audacious Ponzi fraud, ICC Commercial Crime Ser ...
Attacking the proceeds of crimeSunday, 21 June 2009AdministratorAverage rating334 Attacking the proceeds of crime /index.php/site_content/item/334-attacking-the-proceeds-of-crime
ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) recently hosted the organization’s 9th annual Economic Crime lecture. The event was held in London, on 16 June, 2009 in conjunction with Lawrence Graham, Solicitor ...
FraudNet grows to 50 in five yearsTuesday, 02 June 2009AdministratorAverage rating335 FraudNet grows to 50 in five years /index.php/site_content/item/335-fraudnet-grows-to-50-in-five-years
Five years have now passed since ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) launched the fraud prevention network known as FraudNet. With the fiftieth member recently coming aboard, this international assoc ...
Shipping Industry dismisses reports of targeted Somali pirate attacksFriday, 15 May 2009AdministratorAverage rating336 Shipping Industry dismisses reports of targeted Somali pirate attacks /index.php/site_content/item/336-shipping-industry-dismisses-reports-of-targeted-somali-pirate-attacks
The ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB), in consultation with the International Chamber of Shipping, INTERTANKO and BIMCO, today dismissed a number of recent press reports claiming that pirates o ...
Pirate attacks off Somalia already surpass 2008 figuresTuesday, 12 May 2009AdministratorAverage rating337 Pirate attacks off Somalia already surpass 2008 figures /index.php/site_content/item/337-pirate-attacks-off-somalia-already-surpass-2008-figures
The total number of pirate attacks in the Gulf of Aden and off east-coast Somalia so far in 2009 has already overtaken the figure for all of 2008, according to statistics collated by the Internationa ...
Piracy attacks almost doubled in 2009 first quarterMonday, 20 April 2009AdministratorAverage rating338 Piracy attacks almost doubled in 2009 first quarter /index.php/site_content/item/338-piracy-attacks-almost-doubled-in-2009-first-quarter
A dramatic increase in activity by Somali pirates led to a near doubling in the number of ships attacked during the year’s first quarter compared with the same period in 2008, according to a report i ...
Somali pirates take two container ships off the east coast of SomaliaWednesday, 08 April 2009AdministratorAverage rating339 Somali pirates take two container ships off the east coast of Somalia /index.php/site_content/item/339-somali-pirates-take-two-container-ships-off-the-east-coast-of-somalia
The upswing in piracy off eastern Somalia reported last month by the ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB) has continued into April with a spate of attacks that threaten East African trade.