White collar crime

Often referred to as “white-collar crime”, economic crime can affect all members of society, from public authorities to companies and individuals. It uses the mechanisms of business life, diverting them from their purpose to enable ill-intentioned people to appropriate the assets of others or to gain an undue advantage.

The procedures used are often inextricably mixed, take the most diverse forms and affect all sectors of activity: cybercrime, corruption, money laundering, accounting falsifications, forgery, fictitious companies and operations, false invoices, illicit agreements and price manipulations, etc.

We have extensive experience in the field of economic crime and regularly advise companies and individuals in highly complex and international criminal proceedings.

Forty-Four Avocats can also assist you in conducting internal investigations and can answer your questions in the field of compliance and the fight against money laundering and corruption.