The National Office for Serious Fraud, Environmental Crime and Asset Confiscation (Functioneel Parket) is responsible for tackling fraud and environmental offences, and handles complex criminal cases. It also serves as the Public Prosecution Service’s centre of expertise on confiscating proceeds of crime.
National Office for Serious Fraud, Environmental Crime and Asset Confiscation
Econosto Mideast, Econosto, ERIKS, CMK and Mammoet Salvage reach settlement agreements with the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service
28-04-2021 | 09:00
Five companies have accepted settlement agreements offered to them by the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service (NPPS) for a ...
ABN AMRO pays EUR 480 million on account of serious shortcomings in money laundering prevention
19-04-2021 | 07:30
ABN AMRO Bank NV (ABN AMRO) has accepted a settlement of EUR 480 million offered by the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service ...
Investigation into involvement by Dutch company in 1 billion dollar international money laundering construction
05-04-2019 | 13:26
Last Tuesday, the Fiscal Information and Investigation Service (FIOD) arrested three former employees of a company from the ...
Telia pays remaining 208,500,000 USD from confiscation amount to Dutch Public Prosecution Service
19-03-2019 | 10:43
Telia Company AB (hereinafter: Telia) has paid 208,500,000 US Dollars to the Public Prosecution Service (OM) in the Netherlands. ...
Uber pays more than 2.3 million for violating Taxi Act
08-03-2019 | 10:21
Uber has accepted an out-of-court settlement by the Public Prosecution Service in the form of a payment of in total € 2,334,409. ...
ING pays 775 million due to serious shortcomings in money laundering prevention
04-09-2018 | 17:14
ING Bank N.V. (ING) in Amsterdam has accepted and paid a settlement of EUR 775,000,000 offered by the Netherlands Public ...