Renaud Van Ruymbeke
|Renaud Van Ruymbeke|
19 August 1952 |
|Education||École Nationale de la Magistrature|
Renaud van Ruymbeke (born August 19, 1952, Neuilly-sur-Seine) is a French investigative magistrate, well known for specializing in political and financial corruption cases, who investigated the French-Taiwan frigates Affair, which was related to the Clearstream scandal, and the Urba affair.
- Renaud van Ruymbeke, Le Juge d'instruction, Presses Universitaires de France, coll. « Que sais-je ? », 1988.
- Denis Robert, La justice ou le chaos, Stock, 1996. Interviews and portrait of seven anticorruption judges: Bernard Bertossa, Edmondo Bruti Liberati, Gherardo Colombo, Benoît Dejemeppe, Baltasar Garzon Real, Carlos Jimenez Villarejo, Renaud Van Ruymbeke
- May 9, 2001 op-ed in Le Monde titled "The black box of financial globalization" with Bernard Bertossa, attorney general in Geneva, Benoît Dejemeppe, king's attorney in Bruxelles (procureur du roi), Eva Joly, judge (juge d'instruction) in Paris, and Jean de Maillard, magistrate in Blois, about the Clearstream scandal, available here.
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