Matthew Reinhard Quoted Regarding "Panama Papers" Impact on Future Investigations in Just Anti-Corruption

"What the Panama Papers means for FCPA investigations"
Just Anti-Corruption
06.02.16Matthew Reinhard was quoted regarding how the leak of millions of documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca may impact future foreign bribery investigations. Reinhard said the "Panama Papers" provide prosecutors with a map for tracing bribes or illicit proceeds that lie hidden behind a web of shell companies, particularly in corruption, tax evasion and money-laundering cases. "The Panama Papers may or may not instigate new investigations. But what the Papers certainly do is potentially provide links in the chain, or missing evidence, for existing investigations or ones that have gone cold," he said.
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