Practical Tips For Responding To A World Bank Investigation

Law360 (February 5, 2020, 5:21 PM EST) -- Your company receives an audit letter from the World Bank’s Integrity Vice Presidency, or INT, asking for myriad documents within just three weeks. What does this mean and how should you proceed?

More and more companies are faced with these questions. We offer some answers based on our experience handling World Bank sanctions cases.

World Bank Loans and Sanctionable Practices

In 2019, the World Bank committed to fund $62.3 billion in global development projects, and substantial further funding commitments have been made by the other key multilateral development banks, or MDBs.[1] This means that there are significant opportunities for companies to...

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