Topic: Cartel

EU fines carmakers €875 million for emissions tech collusion

The European Commission has determined that Daimler, BMW and the Volkswagen group agreed not to compete over emissions technology in diesel cars, in its first-ever cartel decision penalising collusion over technical standards.

09 July 2021

CFTC charges Nomura trader with market manipulation

02 February 2021

Tom Hayes to be released from prison

28 January 2021

Colombia issues first Odebrecht collusion fines

Colombia’s competition authority said employees at Odebrecht, Episol and Corficolombiana colluded to bribe public officials to win a highway project, in an investigation stemming from Odebrecht’s 2016 plea agreement with the US Department of Justice.

19 January 2021

Philips resolves Brazilian medical device bribery probe

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Brazil

Dutch multinational Philips has agreed to pay $11.6 million to resolve a bribery investigation related to the inflation of the costs of medical device contracts.

10 December 2020

European prosecutor: treat EPPO like national enforcement agencies

In an exclusive interview, the Netherlands’ top prosecutor at the EU’s nascent anti-corruption agency discussed lawyers’ potential apprehension in dealing with the new body and what their clients should know about EPPO’s powers.

06 November 2020

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