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Partner Jasvinder Nakhwal and Associate Kerri McGuigan discuss the use of INTERPOL by states in politically motivated cases against company executives in Financier Worldwide

The idea of an International Criminal Police Organisation (INTERPOL) began life in 1914, with a discussion between lawyers and police from 24 countries. Officially established in 1923 and headquartered in France, INTERPOL now has 194 member countries. The organisation has been designed to enable police at each National Central Bureau (NCB) to share and access data on individuals, including those accused of serious criminal offences. Read more