Ecuador enlists lobbying support amid money laundering fight
29 Jun 2017

Hogan Lovells has inked a pact with the Republic of Ecuador’s financial unit, Unidad de Anallis Financiero y Economico, to provide legal advice and counsel, as well as strategy development and advocacy work among U.S. government officials.

According to Foreign Agents Registration Acts documents filed in June, the international law firm will represent the UAF in establishing meetings between that authority and U.S. government officials, including discussions with the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, which investigates domestic and international money laundering and other financial crimes.

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