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Israeli lender Israel Discount Bank and its subsidiary, Mercantile Discount Bank, have agreed to pay $105 million to settle claims they helped a wealthy Australian family evade income tax.
01 February 2021
Prosecutors in Bochum have ended a bribery investigation into individuals connected to engineering company ThyssenKrupp’s $2.3 billion submarine deal with Israel.
14 January 2021
Israeli businessman Beny Steinmetz will face charges that he paid bribes to secure mining rights in Guinea’s Simandou region in the first international corruption case brought to trial by the Geneva public prosecutor’s office.
07 January 2021
20 November 2020
The DOJ said in the $874 million settlement that the bank's cooperation improved dramatically when it hired new external lawyers in 2017.
01 May 2020
Prosecutors in Bochum have launched an investigation into German engineering company ThyssenKrupp’s $2.3 billion deal to supply Israel with submarines.
28 March 2019
Covington & Burling’s Lanny Breuer, Ben Haley, Noam Kutler and Alyson Sandler explain why the emergence of Israel as an active enforcer poses a dilemma for companies seeking to cooperate in multilateral government investigations.
26 March 2019
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