Topic: Corporate criminal liability

Former head of ABN Amro could face charges in Dutch money laundering probe

20 January 2021

SFO drops BAT corruption probe

The UK anti-fraud agency has closed an investigation into British American Tobacco without taking action against the company.

15 January 2021

UK parliament declines to vote on failure to prevent financial crime offence

14 January 2021

Corporate reorganisation helped Boeing reduce 737 Max fraud penalty

US prosecutors gave Boeing credit in a recent settlement linked to two aircraft crashes for ensuring that its engineers are now insulated from reporting to sales units.

13 January 2021

Argentina court keeps country’s enforcement efforts on track

A 2020 ruling by Argentina’s top criminal court reaffirming the constitutionality of its cooperating defendant law has prevented the derailment of the country’s biggest corruption case and the stifling of its financial crime enforcement.

12 January 2021

Dutch court orders prosecution of former ING boss

A court in the Netherlands has ruled that Ralph Hamers, the former CEO of Dutch lender ING, should be prosecuted over his alleged role in the bank’s money laundering scandal.

09 December 2020

Former Nigerian oil minister denies corruption in oilfield sale

03 December 2020

Alstom suspends executive amid Italian bribery probe

French engineering company Alstom has suspended an employee as it investigates alleged bribes paid to officials at Milan's transport authority.

11 November 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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