Thank you, Chair.
Thank you to our guest for appearing today. My recollection is that when we were in the previous parliament looking at the whole issue of corporate social responsibility, the RCMP was able to bring forward their testimony to help us with that particular piece of legislation. It's good to see you back again to help us look at the study of the private sector when it comes to international development.
One of the matters we have of course been seized with most recently—and we in fact brought the issue up today in the House of Commons—is that of a Canadian company, one vice-president of which was recently arrested amid concerns around corruption and money laundering that were raised following investigations in another jurisdiction. I'm talking about Mr. Ben Aissa, who's been charged in Switzerland.
I'm wondering if you're aware of that case and if you can tell us whether the RCMP was involved in that case.