Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division Marshall L. Miller suggested at the Global Investigation Review Program that corporations involved in wrong doing cooperate closely with the US Department of Justice (DoJ). In turn the DoJ will consider the full range of corporate resolutions – from non-prosecution agreements and deferred prosecution agreements to guilty pleas. He reminded the audience about the Credit Suisse case and its guilty plea. He added ‘we will reward with cooperation credit companies who identify criminal wrongdoers and provide evidence that assists in their prosecution. And we will be looking long and hard at corporations who purport to cooperate, but fail to provide timely information and available evidence about the criminal misconduct of their executives and employees’.