Jean Pierre Brun
Jean Pierre Brun worked as a Prosecutor and Investigative Judge in France for 12 years. He prosecuted and investigated corruption,fraud, illegal financing of political campaigns, money laundering and organized crime, and worked as an auditor both in the public and the private sector.
Jean Pierre was also a Director for Forensic and Fraud investigations at Deloitte Finance in Paris. He joined the World Bank in 2008 as a Financial Sector Specialist, where he workson Anti Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing, providing technical assistance and training to investigators, prosecutors and judges dealing with financial crime.
He led the team that drafted the Asset Recovery Handbook, a flagship product of the joint UNODC-World Bank StAR initiative. The handbook will be launched and published in December 2010 and aims to provide practitioners in developing countries with a technical guide on how to conduct asset recovery investigations and implement legal proceedings to recover proceeds of corruption.
- Recouvrement des biens mal acquis tunisiens: un bilan après 3 ans de travail
- Tras los activos robados de Túnez: El balance de los últimos tres años
- Tracking Tunisia's stolen assets: the balance sheet three years on
- Tunisia's Cash Back: The start of more to come?
- How can we compensate the victims of bribery?
- تتبع أموال تونس المنهوبة: كشف الحساب بعد ثلاث سنوات