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Theft and financial crime

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The Netherlands

  • Financial Intelligence Unit - Netherlands (FIU)

    FIU-Netherlands’ objective is to contribute, on a national and international level, to improving the quality of investigation and prosecution and to prevent and combat crime, in particular, crimes pertaining to money laundering and the financing of terrorism.

  • Government theme tax and benefit fraud

    Fraud is a problem that affects all of society. It costs money and fraudsters unlawfully obtain grants, benefits, student finance, income-related support and other public funds at the expense of people who really need them. Measures to combat fraud also cost money, money that could otherwise be spent on health care, education, roads and other amenities that benefit everyone. The Dutch government therefore takes action to combat fraud. Ministries work together in carrying out a range of measures.

    tax and benefit fraud
  • Government theme Identity fraud

    Identity fraud is when criminals use forged or stolen identity information, for instance to buy goods in someone else’s name and avoid having to pay. People smugglers, drug traffickers and terrorists also use stolen identity information. Identity fraud is increasing, especially online. Government, businesses and the public are all helping to tackle it. Government authorities are working together to investigate identity fraud, and members of the public should take care when sharing personal details.

    Identity fraud
  • Government theme Billing mistakes and fraud in the care sector

    When people make mistakes or commit fraud relating to healthcare claims and bills, it costs the community money. Confidence in the healthcare system goes down, too. That’s why the government is working with care organisations to reduce billing mistakes and fraud by simplifying the rules, catching fraudsters faster and punishing them hard.

    fraud in the care sector

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  • OLAF - European Anti-Fraud Office

    This is OLAF’s administrative website. It explains the mission, the legal background and how our work is organised. It also contains reports and publications.


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  • Financial Action Task Force (FATF)

    The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is an inter-governmental body whose purpose is the development and promotion of national and international policies to combat money laundering and terrorist financing.

  • International Money Laundering Information Network (IMoLIN)

    IMoLIN is an Internet-based network assisting governments, organizations and individuals in the fight against money laundering and the financing of terrorism. IMoLIN has been developed with the cooperation of the world's leading anti-money laundering organizations. Included herein is a database on legislation and regulation throughout the world (AMLID), an electronic library, and a calendar of events in the anti-money laundering / countering the financing of terrorism fields.

  • International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition (IACC)

    The International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC) is the world's largest non-profit organization devoted solely to protecting intellectual property and deterring counterfeiting. It spans from automotive, apparel, luxury goods and pharmaceuticals, to food, software and entertainment. From the small privately owned companies to large multinationals, this organization shares one common goal–to combat counterfeiting and piracy.


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