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The head of the UK’s anti-fraud office said at a conference in New York that the agency considers prosecution as the only option for companies that fail to engage during an investigation, singling out Petrofac and GPT as recent examples.
29 November 2022
29 November 2022
The DOJ has asked a US court to credit up to $166 million of Anglo-Swiss commodities trader Glencore's $428.5 million penalty for pleading guilty to bribing public officials in Africa and South America against related resolutions by authorities in the UK and Switzerland.
14 November 2022
The jury is out on the benefits for companies that cooperate with corruption investigations in Argentina after prosecutors announced they are homing in on the country’s first corporate corruption resolution.
07 November 2022
A Glencore subsidiary received the UK’s highest-ever penalty for a corporate criminal conviction after a judge found that bribery was “part of the culture” on the trader’s West Africa oil desk.
03 November 2022
27 October 2022
The head of enforcement at the UK’s financial regulator will step down early next year after seven years at the agency.
18 October 2022
“Is the language of the policy directionally helpful? Absolutely,” said one practitioner of the Deputy Attorney General’s recent policy announcement. “But ultimately, the core question is: ‘what does the policy mean in practice?’”
05 October 2022
The addition of a failure-to-prevent offence would be a “welcome addition to the tools available for prosecutors” to ensure proper accountability for those involved in wrongdoing, the head of public prosecutions at the CPS said.
05 September 2022
Federal courts in Manhattan and Connecticut have delayed Glencore’s respective sentencings linked to the US portion of the Anglo-Swiss commodity trader’s global bribery and market manipulation resolution.
02 September 2022
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