Region: Israel

Israel opens foreign bribery investigation into subsidiary of US flavours company

10 November 2020

Transparency International: foreign bribery enforcement in decline since 2018

13 October 2020

Lacklustre early cooperation fuelled US tax evasion penalty to Israeli bank

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

Germany launches probe into ThyssenKrupp scandal as scrutiny in Israel grows

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

Companies face conflicting expectations when investigating conduct under Israeli jurisdiction

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

Israel considers scrapping deal with star witness in ThyssenKrupp submarine case

21 March 2019

DOJ knocks down penalty against Israeli bank for tax evasion

Israel’s third-largest bank, Mizrahi-Tefahot Bank, has entered into a $195 million settlement with the US Justice Department after admitting that it helped US citizens evade tax.

13 March 2019

Israeli construction executive arrested in Bulgaria in Guatemalan bribery probe

14 January 2019

Israel state prosecutors recommend indicting Netanyahu for bribery

20 December 2018

Netanyahu precluded from using donations to fund bribery legal defence

06 December 2018

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