Corporate crimes - Bankruptcy offences
The management of companies and their accounts is supervised by criminal law daily, with the various types of corporate offences, and during its most critical phases, with the traditional and more frequently contested financial offences, including bankruptcy offences. In addition to bankruptcy and false corporate communications (fraudulent accounting), the offences of obstructing the functions of public supervisory authorities, stock manipulation, obstructing corporate control, misappropriation, and the recent form of bribery among private individuals are covered.
Like corporate offences, carrying out initiatives in forms other than a company (foundations, third sector bodies, etc.) sometimes gives rise to theoretical accusatory patterns based on crimes such as those against public faith (forgery of public deeds, false declarations to public officials) involving managers, directors and auditors.