World Bank Sanctions and Anti-Corruption Efforts

The Washington Foreign Law Society in conjunction with the World Bank presented a panel discussion on Monday, October 24, at 8:30 am on the Bank’s sanctions system, including the role of the Integrity Vice Presidency, the Sanctions Evaluation and Suspension Officers, and the Sanctions Board in determining whether the evidence is sufficient to support a finding that a firm or individual engaged in sanctionable misconduct, whether sanctions are appropriate, as of what point the company will be temporarily suspended, and how sanctions are determined by the Evaluation and Suspension Officers and how they may be appealed to the Sanctions Board.

Posted October 24, 2011 in: Reminders