Region: Libya

Three city financiers sentenced for defrauding Libyan wealth fund

21 February 2023

Airbus enters second foreign bribery settlement in France

The French prosecution agency told GIR that it couldn’t include the Libyan and Kazakh bribery matters in the company’s record-breaking settlement in 2020 because the investigating magistrate handling the cases hadn’t formally charged Airbus at the time.

25 November 2022

French prosecutors in “discussions” with Airbus over possible new CJIP

Toulouse-based aerospace company Airbus is in talks over a potential criminal settlement in France, just 33 months after agreeing a record-breaking foreign bribery resolution.

27 October 2022

Swiss prosecutors open war crimes case over looted diesel shipments

Federal prosecutors in Switzerland are investigating “unknown persons” for the war crime of pillaging after receiving a complaint from an NGO.

20 April 2022

Swiss court hands $1.5 million fine to son of former Libyan oil minister

05 July 2021

Former SNC-Lavalin exec won't present defence in corruption trial

05 December 2019

Lack of coordination between Canadian authorities caused SNC-Lavalin case collapse

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“It is difficult to imagine that they could authorise the indictment of the same individual, for more or less the same period of time, on the basis of evidence obtained from the same witness, without ever coordinating or taking into account the situation of the accused,” the judge said

28 February 2019

Two RCMP cases against SNC-Lavalin execs collapse over “unreasonable” time delays

A Quebec court has dismissed a bribery case against a former SNC-Lavalin vice-president which was was set to begin almost five years after he was first charged.

21 February 2019

Canadian minister resigns amid SNC-Lavalin ethics probe

13 February 2019

JPMorgan says payments to Libyan officials were not bribes

07 January 2019

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