Topic: Deferred prosecution agreement

ESG misreporting allegations see Deutsche Bank monitor extended

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The US Justice Department has extended the period of a corporate monitor at Deutsche Bank following claims that the German lender’s asset management subsidiary lied about its ethical credentials.

11 March 2022

UK to compensate Nigerian people from Amec Foster Wheeler DPA funds

The UK has reached an agreement with the Nigerian government to return £210,000 that the Serious Fraud Office obtained in a recent corruption settlement with oilfield services company Amec Foster Wheeler.

21 February 2022

Ericsson reveals “corruption-related misconduct” in Iraq

The Swedish telecoms company disclosed the results of a 2019 internal investigation into its business practices in Iraq ahead of planned media coverage on the subject.

16 February 2022

DOJ and Boeing ask court to deny request to amend crash DPA

The US Department of Justice and Boeing have filed separate motions to halt a bid by victim families to change the terms of the airplane manufacturer’s 737 Max crash settlement.

14 February 2022

Foster Wheeler statement of facts details uncovered corruption schemes

Swiss engineering company Foster Wheeler chose not to alert law enforcement agencies despite three separate internal investigations uncovering suspected bribery in Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.

07 February 2022

UK court orders release of Wood Group bribery case details

04 February 2022

DOJ looks to address Boeing DPA concerns

The US attorney general’s plans to meet with the families of crash victims demonstrate how seriously the Justice Department is taking their attack on Boeing’s DPA.

24 January 2022

Proposed anti-corruption agency in South Africa to face uphill struggle

Experts said the Anti-Corruption Authority of South Africa would be hamstrung by the public prosecutor’s poor financial crime track record.

10 January 2022

DOJ notifies Deutsche Bank about suspected DPA violation

09 December 2021

SocGen’s FCPA case concludes

A Brooklyn federal court dismissed a foreign bribery case against Société Générale after the French bank successfully completed the terms of its three-year deferred prosecution agreement.

06 December 2021

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