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Copasa do Brasil is the second company to be debarred for its involvement in a million-dollar bribe to a public official in a road construction project in São Paulo.
12 August 2022
The Inter-American Development Bank debarred Construcap CCPS Engenharia e Comércio (Construcap) for 18 months for paying $1 million in bribes related to a road construction project.
06 July 2022
A DC federal appeals court ruled that the Inter-American Development Bank’s debarment of two businessmen does not constitute commercial activity.
15 June 2022
The World Bank banned a Nigerian consultancy and its managing director from participating in projects financed by the Bank over corrupt payments made on an environmental project.
23 February 2022
Iris Bennett is one of two Smith Pachter McWhorter partners to recently leave the firm’s white-collar defence and investigations practice.
24 January 2022
Three companies settled with the World Bank over their conduct on a project to develop two airports in Madagascar.
04 January 2022
The World Bank’s anti-corruption unit hopes the use of overseas investigators will lead to better intelligence gathering and closer ties with local authorities.
10 December 2021
The Inter-American Development Bank debarred Tractebel Engineering for just under four years after finding that the Belgium company’s subcontractor offered paid positions to the former colleagues of Haitian officials.
30 November 2021
“I was truthfully very shocked that they said they started 40 new investigations in the past fiscal year,” said one leading corporate defence lawyer.
08 November 2021
A senior official at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank said the organisation is ready to ramp up resources to investigate fraud and corruption should complaints increase.
27 October 2021
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