Region: Norway

Norway to finish Konsberg probe shortly

15 April 2016

Sevan Marine Petrobras agent arrested in Portugal

22 March 2016

Norway seeks answers from aluminium company

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Norway

Oslo-based Norsk Hydro has denied allegations that it acted corruptly in Tajikistan in an oral statement to a Norwegian ministry on 10 March

10 March 2016

Økokrim receives complaints about CEO fraud

08 March 2016

Counsel Watch: who’s advising who

GIR lists the lawyers and law firms working on the biggest cases, including Julius Baer’s DPA over tax evasion charges, SciClone’s FCPA settlement and a landmark corporate guilty plea in France.

05 February 2016

Norway’s sovereign-wealth fund excludes Chinese company for corruption

Norway’s sovereign-wealth fund, worth US$820 billion, will no longer invest in Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corporation “based on an assessment of the risk of severe corruption”, according to reports.

08 January 2016

Norwegian oil companies dragged into Petrobras corruption probe

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Brazil

An increasing number of Norwegian oil services companies are becoming caught up in the corruption case involving Brazil’s state-controlled oil company Petrobras, as Brazilian authorities turn their attention to foreign businesses involved in the scandal.

04 January 2016

Counsel Watch: who’s advising who

GIR lists the lawyers and law firms working on the biggest cases, including the SFO’s proposed first DPA with ICBC Standard Bank, Deutsche Bank's US sanctions settlement and the widening corruption probe into UK engineering company Rolls-Royce.

27 November 2015

VimpelCom in line for second-largest FCPA fine

Telecoms business VimpelCom is negotiating a potential US$775 million foreign bribery settlement with US authorities, while Norway’s financial prosecutor tells GIR that it is investigating the company’s business dealings in Uzbekistan.

26 November 2015

11 countries threaten to impose travel bans on corrupt Kenyan officials

Ambassadors to Kenya from Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the US told Kenya’s Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission that the country must do more to address ongoing bribery.

13 November 2015

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