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ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) is the anti-crime arm of the International Chamber of Commerce. Based in the UK, CCS’main task is to combat all forms of commercial crime.
CCS is a membership organisation and comprises three specialised Bureaux. These operate autonomously and offer its members a full range of resources. CCS members comprise the legal profession and law enforcement agencies, and companies engaged in international business, shipping, transport and trade, banking, insurance, intellectual property and information technology.
Over two decades, CCS has saved its members billions of dollars by alerting them to the threats and highlighting preventative measures they can take to protect themselves. It has also succeeded in getting fraudsters prosecuted and helped members recover many millions of dollars. Please go to the relevant sections on the website for full details about each Bureau.
Dedicated to the prevention of trade finance, maritime, transport and trade fraud and malpractice, IMB is a focal point for the international trading and shipping industry and organisations which facilitate the movement of goods. IMB also manages the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre, which acts to suppress piracy and armed robbery against ships.
Formerly known as the Commercial Crime Bureau, FIB provides commercial banks, the financial services sector and investors with a range of ‘Know Your Customer' (KYC), financial fraud and anti-money laundering services that help members balance risk against reward and avoid becoming the victims of financial scams.
CIB is one of the world's leading organisations dedicated to combating the counterfeiting of products and documents, protecting the integrity of intellectual property and brands, and preventing copyright abuse. CIB has a specialised team of internet investigators to combat this trade. CIB also hosts the International Hologram Image Register.
CCS also operates FraudNet, a unique global network of law firms which specialise in tackling business crime.
Details of membership fee structures can be found in the Membership section.