In January, FACT, TI-US, and GFI held a press briefing detailing the Coalition’s main policy areas to watch in 2024, including imminent actions by Treasury addressing money laundering risks through U.S. real estate and private investment markets, as well as new work at the intersection of environmental and financial crime.
FACT Executive Director Ian Gary reflects on the policy victories, new Coalition members, media hits, and emerging issues that defined FACT’s 2023, and turns an eye to the year ahead.
It is imperative both for the U.S. to get its own affairs in order, as well as for the world to prioritize environmental crimes within the framework of the UNCAC. By leveraging its influence, the U.S. has the power to shape and bolster global efforts aimed at combating corruption by tackling environmental crimes.
FACT Policy Fellow Sofia Gonzalez interviewed Ricardo Soberón, the former president of Peru’s National Commission for Development and Life without Drugs, or DEVIDA.