The COVID-19 Pandemic still continues to grow with increased impact on the Dutch economy triggering business continuity and crisis management responses across organizations of all sectors and sizes. At the same time, the financial services industry faces new unique threats from fraud perpetrators and continued expectations from regulators that Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Investigations and Compliance services must be maintained despite the disruption to business-as-usual. Praetor Forensic Auditing provides the services required to help private and public organizations identity the nature and extent of financial crime and deliver appropriate remedies: Fraud Risk Assessment, Fraud Risk Management, Fraud Investigations, Compliance Assistance, Integrity Due Diligence, Forensic Business Intelligence, Litigation, Negotiation, Reputation Management, Forensic Technology and Discovery Services and Legal Department Operations.
A family violence intervention order protects a person from a family member who is using family violence. Family violence is harmful behaviour between family members that causes fear. It includes emotional and financial abuse, as well as physical violence and sexual abuse.
General criminal law is a collective name for all crimes and offences laid down in the Dutch Criminal Code and a few additional laws. Property crimes (theft / embezzlement / fraud), Homicide (murder / manslaughter), sex crimes (rape / sexual assault), Opium Act offences (drugs) and Traffic Act offences (driving licence / alcoholic), among others, all fall within this law.
It is not rare for banks and financial institutions to come into conflict with the Dutch financial criminal law. They are confronted with a complicated legal framework of laws, recommendations, guidelines and suchlike and are regularly under criminal investigation due to a violation of these rules.