IICJ Paper Comparative Analysis between the U.S. Executive Order and the Tokyo Prefectural Ordinance against Yakuza - Synchronization of Anti Mafia Activities in Japan, the U.S., and the World David N'Guyen, In-house Lawyer, Orange Group, Japan
Daisuke Takahashi, Attorney at Law, Shinwa General Law Offices, Japan
Yasushi Kudo, Attorney at Law, Nagashima, Ohno & Tsunematsu, Japan

In July of 2011, the U.S. Executive Order 13581, “Blocking Property of Transnational Criminal Organizations”, listed Japanese Yakuza as one of the significant transnational criminal organizations to whom one must block their property. In October of 2011, the Tokyo Prefectural Ordinance on Exclusion of Boryokudan came into effect in Japan. These regulatory changes and many recent scandals relating to Yakuza are calling for more active and globalized anti mafia activities in Japan, the U.S. and the world. Under these circumstances, how can multinational corporations establish legal compliance and risk management systems that respond to these regulations? This paper will explore some solutions by 1) discussing how to act in response to the Executive Order, 2) comparing the Executive Order and the Tokyo Ordinance, and 3) analyzing the synergy effects of both regulations.
Author
David N'Guyen
Author
Daisuke Takahashi
Author
Yasushi Kudo
Company
Orange Group
Company
Shinwa General Law Offices
Company
Nagashima, Ohno & Tsunematsu
Country
France More
Country
Japan More
Area of Law
Corporate Governance More
Business Sector
General More
Month Published
March 2013 More
Edition
Vol. 6, No. 22, Winter 2013 More
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