Maud Perdriel-Vaissiere is a French lawyer with extensive experience in the areas of Asset Recovery and Anti-Corruption. Previously managing director of the French organisation SHERPA (where she also headed the “illicit financial flows” program), she is now acting as a free-lance legal consultant providing services to civil society organizations on these issues ranging from legal research to investigations and litigation. Maud also authored articles in books, academic journals and newspapers.

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Professional enablers of economic crime during crises

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Maud Perdriel-Vaissiere

Professional Title

Independent consultant


  • Europe and Central Asia




Transational corruption/bribery; asset recovery; compensation/social damage; public interest litigation / prosecution

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