Combating Corruption and Money Laundering in Brics Countries - Legal Frameworks and Institutional Arrangements

Editors: Maria Lucia L. M. Padua Lima, Paulo Clarindo Goldschmidt

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Autor(es): Editors: Maria Lucia L. M. Padua Lima, Paulo Clarindo Goldschmidt

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Sinopse

This book is the result of an extensive research conducted by professors of five academic institutions from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – the BRICS countries.

The purpose of this work is to analyze the anti-corruption legislation in each of these countries, showing the similarities and differences in combating corruption in terms of the domestic legal frames and the international guidelines.

Combating Corruption and Money Laundering in BRICS Countries: Legal Frameworks and Institutional Arrangements is organized by country, with an emphasis in comparing the legal framework of each jurisdiction with the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery.

At the end of each part the book shows a special analysis of the anti-money laundering regulation, prevention and enforcement followed by each one of the five BRICS countries.

It is an important contribution for lawyers, professors, researchers and law students to better understand how different jurisdictions have been dealing with anti-corruption and anti-money laundering in recent times.

Autor(es)

EDITORS

MARIA LUCIA L. M. PADUA LIMA

Professor of Economics and Associate Dean of International Relations at FGV DIREITO SP, São Paulo, Brazil.

PAULO CLARINDO GOLDSCHMIDT

Senior Professor and Head of the Study Group on Anti-Corruption at FGV DIREITO SP.

AUTHORS:

Abhishek Bharti

Eduard Ivanov

Heloísa Estellita

Jacqueline Yeats

Maria Lucia L. M. Padua Lima

Mariana Tumbiolo Tosi

Paulo Clarindo Goldschmidt

Paulo Dóron Rehder de Araújo

Sufinnah Singlee

Tebello Thabane

Trishna Mohan Kripalani

Vesselin Popovski

Wanderley Fernandes

Zhiyuan Guo

Sumário

INTRODUCTION, p. 15

Part 1 - BRAZIL, p. 19

A ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN BRAZIL, p. 21

1 INTRODUCTION, p. 21

2 BRAZILIAN ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGAL FRAMEWORK, p. 23

2.1 Anti-Corruption Law (Law No. 12.846/2013), p. 23

2.2 Law of State-Owned Enterprises (Law No. 13.303/2016), p. 26

2.3 Law of Public Bidding (Law No. 8.666/1993), p. 28

2.4 Law of Administrative Dishonesty (Law No. 8.429/1992), p. 28

2.5 Criminal Code, p. 29

2.6 Public Agent and Private Agent Relations, p. 29

2.7 Overlaps and Contradictions of Laws, p. 30

3 THE OECD ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION, p. 31

4 CONCLUSION, p. 36

5 REFERENCES, p. 36

B ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING IN BRAZIL, p. 39

1 INTRODUCTION, p. 39

2 REGULATION OVERVIEW, p. 40

3 STATE BODIES DEDICATED TO FIGHT MONEY LAUNDERING, p. 42

4 PRIVATE AGENTS AND MONEY LAUNDERING PREVENTION, p. 43

5 LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN AML ENFORCEMENT IN BRAZIL, p. 44

6 REFERENCES, p. 45

Part 2 - RUSSIA, p. 47

A ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN RUSSIA, p. 49

1 INTRODUCTION, p. 49

2 OVERVIEW OF RUSSIAN ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGISLATION, p. 51

2.1 Main Anti-Corruption Laws and Regulations, p. 51

2.2 Definition of Corruption, p. 51

2.3 Liability for Corruption Offenses, p. 52

2.4 General Anti-Corruption Measures, p. 54

2.5 Anti-Corruption Compliance, p. 56

3 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE OECD ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, p. 58

4 OECD CONVENTION COMPARED WITH BRICS INTERNAL LEGISLATION - RUSSIA, p. 60

5 CONCLUSION, p. 64

6 REFERENCES, p. 65

B ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING IN RUSSIA, p. 67

1 DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF MONEY LAUNDERING AND FINANCING OF TERRORISM IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, p. 67

2 LEGAL REGULATION OF COUNTERING MONEY LAUNDERING AND FINANCING OF TERRORISM, p. 67

3 ROSFINMONITORING - THE RUSSIAN FINANCIAL INTELLIGENCE UNIT, p. 69

4 AML/CFT COMPLIANCE IN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND DESIGNATED NON-FINANCIAL BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONS, p. 71

5 CONCLUSION, p. 74

6 REFERENCES, p. 74

Part 3 - INDIA, p. 75

A ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN INDIA, p. 77

1 INTRODUCTION, p. 77

1.1 Not to be Overlooked in the Indian Scenario: Major Risks Lie with the Small-Scale Industry, p. 79

1.2 New Enforcement Trends in India, p. 80

2 INDIAN ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGAL FRAMEWORK, p. 81

2.1 Prevention of Corruption Act, p. 81

2.2 Prohibition of Benami Transactions Act, p. 84

2.3 Whistleblowers Protection Act, p. 87

2.4 Prevention of Money Laundering Act, p. 88

3 INDIA’S ANTI-CORRUPTION FRAMEWORK IN LIGHT OF PREVALENT INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS, p. 92

4 OECD CONVENTION COMPARED WITH BRICS INTERNAL LEGISLATION - INDIA, p. 93

5 CONCLUSION, p. 94

6 REFERENCES, p. 95

B ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING IN INDIA, p. 97

1 CONCEPT & FIGURES, p. 97

2 COMBATING MONEY LAUNDERING IN INDIA, p. 97

3 DEFINITION IN PMLA, p. 98

4 PUNISHMENT, p. 99

5 CONCLUSION - INTER-CONNECTED ACTIVITIES, p. 102

6 REFERENCES, p. 103

Part 4 - CHINA, p. 105

A ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN CHINA, p. 107

1 INTRODUCTION: A HISTORICAL REVIEW OF CHINA’S ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICIES FROM 1949 TO 1979, p. 107

2 FEATURES OF CHINA’S ANTI-CORRUPTION LAW, p. 110

3 LEGAL FRAMEWORK TO COMBAT CORRUPTION AND BUILD A CLEAN GOVERNMENT, p. 112

3.1 Intra-Party Rules and Regulations on Combating Corruption, p. 112

3.2 Laws and Regulations on Supervision over the Exercise of Power, p. 113

3.3 Laws and Regulations on Punishment of Corrupt Behavior, p. 113

3.4 Criminal Procedure Law, p. 114

3.5 Laws and Regulations to Prevent Corruption, p. 114

3.6 Chinese Anti-Corruption Laws and International Conventions, p. 115

3.7 Recent Institutional Adjustments and Procedural Reforms of Anti-Corruption Movements in China, p. 115

4 OECD CONVENTION COMPARED WITH BRICS INTERNAL LEGISLATION - CHINA, p. 117

5 CONCLUSION, p. 120

6 REFERENCES, p. 120

B ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING IN CHINA, p. 121

1 INTRODUCTION, p. 121

2 LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING IN CHINA, p. 123

2.1 Criminal Law, p. 123

2.2 Anti-Money Laundering Law, p. 124

2.3 Administrative Regulations, p. 124

2.4 International Treaties, p. 125

3 STATE BODIES DEDICATED TO FIGHTING MONEY LAUNDERING, p. 125

4 SPECIAL DUTIES OF PRIVATE AGENTS AND MONEY LAUNDERING PREVENTION, p. 126

5 CONCLUSION, p. 127

Part 5 - SOUTH AFRICA, p. 129

A ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGAL FRAMEWORK IN SOUTH AFRICA, p. 131

1 INTRODUCTION, p. 131

2 DOMESTIC LEGISLATION OVERVIEW, p. 133

2.1 The Prevention and Combatting of Corrupt Activities Act (2004), p. 133

2.2 Anti-Corruption Agencies, p. 134

2.3 The Prevention of Organized Crime Act (1998), p. 136

2.4 The Protected Disclosures Act (2000), p. 137

2.5 The Financial Intelligence Centre Act (2001), p. 138

2.6 The Companies Act (2008), p. 141

2.7 The King IV Report on Corporate Governance (2016), p. 143

2.8 Johannesburg Stock Exchange Listing Requirements, p. 144

3 KEY CHALLENGES CONFRONTING ANTI-CORRUPTION AGENCIES, p. 145

4 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS WITH OECD CONVENTION ON COMBATING BRIBERY OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS, p. 146

5 CONCLUSION, p. 155

6 REFERENCES, p. 155

B ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING IN SOUTH AFRICA, p. 157

1 INTRODUCTION, p. 157

2 THE CONCEPT OF MONEY LAUNDERING IN SOUTH AFRICA, p. 157

2.1 The Definition of Money Laundering, p. 157

2.2 The Money Laundering Process, p. 158

2.3 Money Laundering Trends in South Africa, p. 159

2.4 Consequences of Money Laundering, p. 161

3 LEGAL AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORK, p. 162

3.1 Domestic Anti-Money Laundering Legislation, p. 162

3.2 Applicable International Anti-Money Laundering Instruments, p. 166

4 INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS TO COMBAT MONEY LAUNDERING, p. 168

4.1 Domestic Anti-Money Laundering Agencies, p. 168

5 THE ROLE OF COURTS AND TRIBUNALS IN COMBATING MONEY LAUNDERING, p. 169

6 INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES AND COOPERATION, p. 170

7 PRIVATE AGENTS AND MONEY LAUNDERING PREVENTION, p. 171

8 BRIEF COMMENTARY ON THE ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING REGIME’S EFFICACY, p. 173

9 CONCLUSION, p. 174

10 REFERENCES, p. 174

FINAL REMARKS, p. 177

ARTICLE 1: THE OFFENCE OF BRIBERY OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS, p. 177

ARTICLE 2: RESPONSIBILITY OF LEGAL PERSONS, p. 178

ARTICLE 3: SANCTIONS, p. 178

ARTICLE 4: JURISDICTION, p. 179

ARTICLE 5: ENFORCEMENT, p. 180

ARTICLE 6: STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS, p. 180

ARTICLE 7: MONEY LAUNDERING, p. 180

ARTICLE 8: ACCOUNTING, p. 181

ARTICLE 9: MUTUAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE, p. 181

ARTICLE 10: EXTRADITION, p. 181

ARTICLE 11: RESPONSIBLE AUTHORITIES, p. 181

Índice alfabético

A

  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa, p. 131
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. The Prevention and Combatting of Corrupt Activities Act (2004), p. 133
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. The Prevention of Organized Crime Act (1998), p. 136
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. Anti-corruption agencies, p. 134
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. Comparative analysis with OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions, p. 146
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. Conclusion, p. 155
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. Domestic legislation overview, p. 133
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. Introduction, p. 131
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. Johannesburg stock exchange listing requirements, p. 144
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. Key challenges confronting anti-corruption agencies, p. 145
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. References, p. 155
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. The Companies Act (2008), p. 141
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. The Financial Intelligence Centre Act (2001), p. 138
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. The King IV Report on Corporate Governance (2016), p. 143
  • Africa. Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa. The Protected Disclosures Act (2000), p. 137
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa, p. 157
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Applicable international anti-money laundering instruments, p. 166
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Brief commentary on the anti-money laundering regime’s efficacy, p. 173
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Conclusion, p. 174
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Consequences of money laundering, p. 161
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Domestic anti-money laundering agencies, p. 168
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Domestic anti-money laundering legislation, p. 162
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Institutional mechanisms to combat money laundering, p. 168
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. International agencies and cooperation, p. 170
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Introduction, p. 157
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Legal and regulatory framework, p. 162
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Money laundering trends in South Africa, p. 159
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. Private agents and money laundering prevention, p. 171
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. References, p. 174
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. The concept of money laundering in South Africa, p. 157
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. The definition of money laundering, p. 157
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. The money laundering process, p. 158
  • Africa. Anti-money laundering in South Africa. The role of Courts and Tribunals in combating money laundering, p. 169
  • Anti-corruption compliance, p. 56
  • Anti-corruption law (Law no. 12.846/2013), p. 23
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil, p. 21
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil. Conclusion, p. 36
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil. Introduction, p. 21
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil. Overlaps and contradictions of laws, p. 30
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil. Public agent and private agent relations, p. 29
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil. References, p. 36
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil. The OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, p. 31
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in China, p. 107
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Introduction: a historical review of China’s anti-corruption policies from 1949 to 1979, p. 107
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in India, p. 77
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in India. Introduction, p. 77
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in India. New enforcement trends in India, p. 80
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in India. Not to be overlooked in the indian scenario: major risks lie with the small-scale industry, p. 79
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Russia, p. 49
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Russia. Conclusion, p. 64
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Russia. Implementation of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention in the russian federation, p. 58
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Russia. Introduction, p. 49
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in Russia. References, p. 65
  • Anti-corruption legal framework in South Africa, p. 131
  • Anti-money laundering in Brazil, p. 39
  • Anti-money laundering in Brazil. Introduction, p. 39
  • Anti-money laundering in Brazil. Latest developments in AML enforcement in Brazil, p. 44
  • Anti-money laundering in Brazil. Private agents and money laundering prevention, p. 43
  • Anti-money laundering in Brazil. References, p. 45
  • Anti-money laundering in Brazil. Regulation overview, p. 40
  • Anti-money laundering in Brazil. State bodies dedicated to fight money laundering, p. 42
  • Anti-money laundering in China, p. 121
  • Anti-money laundering in India, p. 97
  • Anti-money laundering in India. Combating money laundering in India, p. 97
  • Anti-money laundering in India. Concept & figures, p. 97
  • Anti-money laundering in India. Conclusion - inter-connected activities, p. 102
  • Anti-money laundering in India. Definition in PMLA, p. 98
  • Anti-money laundering in India. Punishment, p. 99
  • Anti-money laundering in India. References, p. 103
  • Anti-money laundering in Russia, p. 67
  • Anti-money laundering in Russia. AML/CFT compliance in financial institutions and designated non-financial businesses and professions, p. 71
  • Anti-money laundering in Russia. Conclusion, p. 74
  • Anti-money laundering in Russia. Distinctive features of money laundering and financing of terrorism in the russian federation, p. 67
  • Anti-money laundering in Russia. Legal regulation of countering money laundering and financing of terrorism, p. 67
  • Anti-money laundering in Russia. References, p. 74
  • Anti-money laundering in Russia. Rosfinmonitoring - the russian financial intelligence unit, p. 69
  • Anti-money laundering in South Africa, p. 157

B

  • Brazil. Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil, p. 21
  • Brazil. Anti-money laundering in Brazil, p. 39
  • Brazil. Criminal Code, p. 29
  • Brazil. Part 1, p. 19
  • Brazilian anti-corruption legal framework, p. 23

C

  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China, p. 107
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Chinese anti-corruption laws and international conventions, p. 115
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Conclusion, p. 120
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Criminal procedure law, p. 114
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Features of China’s anti-corruption law, p. 110
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Intra-party rules and regulations on combating corruption, p. 112
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Laws and regulations on punishment of corrupt behavior, p. 113
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Laws and regulations on supervision over the exercise of power, p. 113
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Laws and regulations to prevent corruption, p. 114
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Legal framework to combat corruption and build a clean government, p. 112
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. Recent institutional adjustments and procedural reforms of anti-corruption movements in China, p. 115
  • China. Anti-corruption legal framework in China. References, p. 120
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China, p. 121
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. Administrative regulations, p. 124
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. Anti-money laundering law, p. 124
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. Conclusion, p. 127
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. Criminal law, p. 123
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. International treaties, p. 125
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. Introduction, p. 121
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. Legal framework of anti-money laundering in China, p. 123
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. Special duties of private agents and money laundering prevention, p. 126
  • China. Anti-money laundering in China. State bodies dedicated to fighting money laundering, p. 125
  • China. Part 4, p. 105
  • Corruption law. Anti-Corruption Law (Law no. 12.846/2013), p. 23
  • Corruption legal. Anti-corruption legal framework in Brazil, p. 21
  • Corruption legal. Anti-corruption legal framework in Russia, p. 49
  • Corruption legal. Brazilian anti-corruption legal framework, p. 23
  • Corruption. Definition of corruption, p. 51

F

  • Final remarks, p. 177

G

  • General anti-corruption measures, p. 54

I

  • India. Anti-corruption legal framework in India, p. 77
  • India. Anti-money laundering in India, p. 97
  • India. Part 3, p. 75
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework, p. 81
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework. Conclusion, p. 94
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework. India’s anti-corruption framework in light of prevalent international standards, p. 92
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework. OECD Convention compared with BRICS internal legislation - India, p. 93
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework. Prevention of Corruption Act, p. 81
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework. Prevention of Money Laundering Act, p. 88
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework. Prohibition of Benami Transactions Act, p. 84
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework. References, p. 95
  • Indian anti-corruption legal framework. Whistleblowers Protection Act, p. 87
  • Introduction, p. 15

L

  • Law no. 12.846/2013. Anti-Corruption Law (Law no. 12.846/2013), p. 23
  • Law no. 13.303/2016. Law of State-Owned Enterprises (Law no. 13.303/2016), p. 26
  • Law no. 8.429/1992. Law of Administrative Dishonesty (Law no. 8.429/1992), p. 28
  • Law no. 8.666/1993. Law of Public Bidding (Law no. 8.666/1993), p. 28
  • Law of Administrative Dishonesty (Law no. 8.429/1992), p. 28
  • Law of Public Bidding (Law no. 8.666/1993), p. 28
  • Law of State-Owned Enterprises (Law no. 13.303/2016), p. 26
  • Liability for corruption offenses, p. 52

M

  • Main anti-corruption laws and regulations, p. 51

O

  • OECD Convention compared with BRICS internal legislation - China, p. 117
  • OECD Convention compared with BRICS internal legislation - Russia, p. 60
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 10: Extradition, p. 181
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 11: Responsible authorities, p. 181
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 1: The offence of bribery of foreign public officials, p. 177
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 2: Responsibility of legal persons, p. 178
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 3: Sanctions, p. 178
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 4: Jurisdiction, p. 179
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 5: Enforcement, p. 180
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 6: Statute of limitations, p. 180
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 7: Money laundering, p. 180
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 8: Accounting, p. 181
  • OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. Article 9: Mutual legal assistance, p. 181
  • Overview of russian anti-corruption legislation, p. 51

P

  • Part 1. Brazil, p. 19
  • Part 2. Russia, p. 47
  • Part 3. India, p. 75
  • Part 4. China, p. 105
  • Part 5. South Africa, p. 129

R

  • Russia. Anti-corruption legal framework in Russia, p. 49
  • Russia. Anti-money laundering in Russia, p. 67
  • Russia. Part 2, p. 47

S

  • South Africa. Part 5, p. 129

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