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The Enforcement Scorecard

GIR's comprehensive guide to the world’s 100 largest corporate penalties - including civil settlements and criminal fines.

Published February 2017

Top 50 Penalties

  1. BP 2015
    $20,800 million
  2. Bank of America 2014 DOJ
    $16,667 million
  3. Volkswagen 2016 2-litre
    $14,700 million
  4. JPMorgan 2013 - DOJ
    $13,000 million
  5. Bank of America 2012
    $12,200 million
  6. Bank of America 2013 FHFA
    $11,560 million
  7. Bank of America 2014 - FHFA
    $9,334 million
  8. BNP Paribas 2014
    $8,974 million
  9. Citigroup 2014 DOJ
    $7,284 million
  10. Deutsche Bank 2017
    $7,200 million
  11. JPMorgan 2012
    $5,334 million
  12. Wells Fargo 2012
    $5,300 million
  13. Credit Suisse 2017
    $5,280 million
  14. Anadarko 2014
    $5,150 million
  15. Goldman Sachs 2016
    $5,060 million
  16. BP 2012
    $4,525 million
  17. Volkswagen 2017
    $4,300 million
  18. Morgan Stanley 2016
    $3,173 million
  19. GlaxoSmithKline 2012
    $3,000 million
  20. Bank of America 2013 foreclosure
    $2,890 million
  21. Bank of America 2011
    $2,620 million
  22. Credit Suisse 2014 - DOJ
    $2,620 million
  23. Odebrecht 2016
    $2,600 million
  24. Deutsche Bank 2015
    $2,519 million
  25. Barclays 2015
    $2,378 million
  26. Pfizer 2009
    $2,300 million
  27. Johnson & Johnson 2013
    $2,269 million
  1. Citigroup 2012
    $2,200 million
  2. Ocwen Financial 2014
    $2,127 million
  3. JPMorgan 2014 - OCC/SDNY
    $2,050 million
  4. Wells Fargo 2013 OCC
    $1,991 million
  5. Mosaic Fertilizer 2015
    $1,980 million
  6. JPMorgan 2013 foreclosure
    $1,980 million
  7. Deutsche Bank 2013 - FHFA
    $1,925 million
  8. HSBC 2012
    $1,921 million
  9. SAC 2013
    $1,800 million
  10. AIG 2006
    $1,715 million
  11. UBS Japan 2012
    $1,523 million
  12. Abbott Laboratories 2012
    $1,499 million
  13. Commerzbank 2015
    $1,452 million
  14. Intel 2009
    $1,450 million
  15. Eli Lilly 2009
    $1,415 million
  16. Transocean 2013
    $1,400 million
  17. S&P Global 2015
    $1,375 million
  18. Siemens 2008
    $1,351 million
  19. Microsoft 2008
    $1,350 million
  20. MF Global 2014
    $1,312 million
  21. Citigroup 2015
    $1,267 million
  22. Morgan Stanley 2014
    $1,250 million
  23. Goldman Sachs 2014
    $1,200 million
  24. MTN Group 2016
    $1,200 million
  25. Teva 2015
    $1,200 million
  26. Toyota Motor Corporation 2014
    $1,200 million
  27. Wells Fargo 2016
    $1,200 million

Penalties: 51-100

  1. Ally Financial 2012
    $1,166 million
  2. Daimler 2016
    $1,111 million
  3. Saint-Gobain 2008
    $1,104 million
  4. JPMorgan 2013 - FHFA
    $1,100 million
  5. RBS 2016
    $1,100 million
  6. Rabobank 2013
    $1,070 million
  7. JPMorgan 2013 London Whale
    $1,028 million
  8. ExxonMobil 1991
    $1,025 million
  9. Citigroup 2014 CFTC
    $1,018 million
  10. JPMorgan 2014 CFTC
    $1,012 million
  11. Takata 2017
    $1,000 million
  12. Volkswagen 2016 3-litre
    $1,000 million
  13. Deutsche Bank 2013 - DG Comp
    $999 million
  14. Qualcomm 2015
    $975 million
  15. Citigroup 2013 FHFA
    $968 million
  16. Suntrust 2014
    $968 million
  17. Braskem 2016
    $957 million
  18. Merck 2011
    $950 million
  19. Phillips 2012
    $930 million
  20. LG 2012
    $906 million
  21. General Motors 2015
    $900 million
  22. Tenet Healthcare 2006
    $900 million
  23. JPMorgan 2015 DOJ
    $892 million
  1. Credit Suisse 2014 - FHFA
    $885 million
  2. UBS Americas 2013
    $885 million
  3. TAP Pharmaceutical Products 2001
    $875 million
  4. Moody’s 2017
    $864 million
  5. Qualcomm 2016
    $853 million
  6. Marsh and McLennan 2005
    $850 million
  7. The Healthcare Company 2000
    $840 million
  8. DAF 2016
    $830 million
  9. Rolls-Royce 2017
    $800 million
  10. UBS 2014
    $800 million
  11. VimpelCom 2016
    $795 million
  12. Citigroup 2013 OCC
    $793 million
  13. E.ON 2009
    $793 million
  14. GDF 2009
    $793 million
  15. Credit Agricole 2015
    $787 million
  16. Pfizer 2016
    $784 million
  17. UBS 2009
    $780 million
  18. Wells Fargo 2013 FHFA
    $780 million
  19. Alstom 2014
    $772 million
  20. Bank of America 2014 CFPB
    $772 million
  21. WorldCom 2003
    $750 million
  22. Amgen 2012
    $748 million
  23. GlaxoSmithKline 2010
    $740 million