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Australia’s securities regulator has handed its first-ever greenwashing penalty to a listed energy company that allegedly lied about sustainability measures at an electricity plant it operates in Botswana.
27 October 2022
The owners of a medical services company says the Anglo-Swiss commodities trader appointed a “bogus doctor” to manage clinics their company operated for workers in Glencore-owned mines.
26 October 2022
A London court has denied a request from the Nigerian government to receive compensation from Glencore over bribes the commodities trader has admitted paying to a state oil company.
26 October 2022
The UK’s financial regulator has hit Barclays with a £50 million penalty over a long-running case which saw the bank defeat related criminal charges in 2018.
21 October 2022
Lafarge and its Syrian subsidiary pleaded guilty to “unprecedented charges” related to payments it made to terrorists groups to protect a cement plant near the Turkish border.
18 October 2022
In the latest roundup, three former White House officials have departed for private practice, and firms have recruited ex-enforcement officials from the SEC and the Manhattan federal prosecutor’s office.
07 October 2022
A recent decision by an Australian appeal court in a foreign bribery case outlined the sentence discounts companies can expect if they cooperate with corruption probes.
05 October 2022
OFAC issued new guidance for businesses supplying “instant payment systems” after finding that Tango Card committed thousands of potential sanctions breaches, racking up a maximum penalty of $9.2 billion.
03 October 2022
30 September 2022
Anthony Patterson faces up to 12 years in Danish prison if found guilty in the Nordic country.
20 September 2022
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