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The Enforcement Scorecard

GIR's comprehensive guide to the world’s 100 largest corporate penalties

  1. An introduction to the Enforcement Scorecard 2020
    How to use our ranking of the world's 100 largest corporate penalties
  2. Enforcement Scorecard Dataset
    Search for companies, lawyers, agencies and more, and compare matters across the Enforcement Scorecard using our interactive table. All entries contain links to stories, press releases and relevant court documents where possible.
  3. Enforcement Scorecard analysis: the names behind the cases
    A closer look at the lawyers, enforcers and investigations trends underpinning the £320 billion in fines included in the Enforcement Scorecard 2020
  1. Mini Scorecards
    From antitrust to sanctions: top 10 corporate penalties across a range of enforcement areas
  2. Glossary
    Terms and abbreviations used in the Enforcement Scorecard

The Enforcement Scorecard

  1. BP 2015
    $20,800 million
  2. Bank of America 2014 - DOJ
    $16,667 million
  3. Volkswagen 2016 2-litre
    $14,700 million
  4. Apple 2016*
    $14,520 million
  5. JPMorgan 2013 - DOJ
    $13,000 million
  6. Bank of America 2012
    $12,200 million
  7. Bank of America 2013 - FHFA
    $11,560 million
  8. Bank of America 2014 - FHFA
    $9,334 million
  9. BNP Paribas 2014
    $8,974 million
  10. Gazprom 2017
    $7,904 million
  11. Citigroup 2014 - DOJ
    $7,284 million
  12. Deutsche Bank 2017
    $7,200 million
  13. Royal Bank of Scotland 2018
    $5,400 million
  14. JPMorgan 2012
    $5,334 million
  15. Wells Fargo 2012
    $5,300 million
  16. Credit Suisse 2017
    $5,280 million
  17. Anadarko 2014
    $5,150 million
  18. Goldman Sachs 2016
    $5,060 million
  19. Facebook 2019 – FTC
    $5,000 million
  20. Google 2018
    $5,000 million
  21. BP 2012
    $4,525 million
  22. Volkswagen 2017
    $4,300 million
  23. Airbus 2020
    $3,960 million
  24. Morgan Stanley 2016
    $3,173 million
  25. J&F Investimentos 2017
    $3,171 million
  26. GlaxoSmithKline 2012
    $3,000 million
  27. Wells Fargo 2020
    $3,000 million
  28. Google 2017
    $2,988 million
  29. Bank of America 2013
    $2,890 million
  30. Bank of America 2011
    $2,620 million
  31. Credit Suisse 2014 - DOJ
    $2,620 million
  32. Odebrecht 2016
    $2,600 million
  33. Deutsche Bank 2015
    $2,519 million
  34. Barclays 2015
    $2,378 million
  35. Pfizer 2009
    $2,300 million
  36. Johnson & Johnson 2013
    $2,269 million
  37. Citigroup 2012
    $2,200 million
  38. Ocwen Financial 2014
    $2,127 million
  39. JPMorgan 2014 - OCC/SDNY
    $2,050 million
  40. Wells Fargo 2013 - OCC
    $1,991 million
  41. Wells Fargo 2018
    $2,090 million
  42. Barclays 2018
    $2,000 million
  43. Mosaic Fertilizer 2015
    $1,980 million
  44. JPMorgan 2013
    $1,980 million
  45. Deutsche Bank 2013 - FHFA
    $1,925 million
  46. HSBC 2012
    $1,921 million
  47. SAC 2013
    $1,800 million
  48. Petrobras 2018
    $1,786 million
  49. AIG 2006
    $1,715 million
  50. Google 2019 - EC
    $1,670 million
  1. UBS Japan 2012
    $1,523 million
  2. General Electric – 2019
    $1,500 million
  3. Abbott Laboratories 2012
    $1,499 million
  4. Commerzbank 2015
    $1,452 million
  5. Intel 2009
    $1,450 million
  6. Eli Lilly 2009
    $1,415 million
  7. ZTE 2018
    $1,400 million
  8. Transocean 2013
    $1,400 million
  9. S&P Global 2015
    $1,375 million
  10. UniCredit
    $1,366 million
  11. Siemens 2008
    $1,351 million
  12. Microsoft 2008
    $1,350 million
  13. Société Générale 2018 - Sanctions
    $1,340 million
  14. MF Global 2014
    $1,312 million
  15. Société Générale 2018 - Bribery and fraud
    $1,300 million
  16. Citigroup 2015
    $1,267 million
  17. Morgan Stanley 2014
    $1,250 million
  18. Qualcomm 2018
    $1,231 million
  19. Goldman Sachs 2014
    $1,200 million
  20. MTN Group 2016
    $1,200 million
  21. Teva 2015
    $1,200 million
  22. Toyota Motor Corporation 2014
    $1,200 million
  23. Wells Fargo 2016
    $1,200 million
  24. ZTE 2017
    $1,191 million
  25. Ally Financial 2012
    $1,166 million
  26. Volkswagen 2018
    $1,163 million
  27. Standard Chartered 2019
    $1,148 million
  28. Daimler 2016
    $1,111 million
  29. Saint-Gobain 2008
    $1,104 million
  30. JPMorgan 2013 - FHFA
    $1,100 million
  31. RBS 2016
    $1,100 million
  32. Rabobank 2013
    $1,070 million
  33. Google 2019
    $1,062 million
  34. Ericsson 2019
    $1,060 million
  35. Scania 2017
    $1,049 million
  36. JPMorgan 2013
    $1,028 million
  37. ExxonMobil 1991
    $1,025 million
  38. Citigroup 2014 - CFTC
    $1,018 million
  39. JPMorgan 2014 - CFTC
    $1,012 million
  40. Qualcomm 2016
    $1,007 million
  41. Telia 2017
    $1,005 million
  42. Takata 2017
    $1,000 million
  43. Volkswagen 2016 3-litre
    $1,000 million
  44. Deutsche Bank 2013 - DG Comp
    $999 million
  45. Qualcomm 2015
    $975 million
  46. Citigroup 2013 - FHFA
    $968 million
  47. Suntrust 2014
    $968 million
  48. Braskem 2016
    $957 million
  49. Daimler 2019
    $957 million
  50. Merck 2011
    $950 million