Topic: Remediation

Petrobras compliance chief: “We have finally turned the page”

The Brazilian state oil company’s three-year non-prosecution agreement with the DOJ over FCPA violations has ended, bringing to a close a case that started in 2014.

04 October 2021

GIR sanctions roundtable

OFAC and OFSI officials join sanctions and export control practitioners in Washington, DC and London in a wide-ranging conversation on sanctions implementation, licensing, investigations, enforcement and more.

24 September 2021

GIR sanctions roundtable transcript: Part I

The conversation focuses on US/UK priorities in the sanctions landscape; how the jurisdictions approach sanctions and licensing; and private sector views on tensions between commercial and compliance risks.

10 September 2021

NAB chief outlines bank’s remediation efforts amid Austrac probe

09 September 2021

Keppel Offshore’s foreign bribery DPA ends

Keppel’s FCPA settlement ended successfully after the Singapore company met its compliance obligations.

01 July 2021

SEC accuses Tesla of violating court order over Elon Musk tweets

02 June 2021

Julius Baer agrees DPA with DOJ after costly AML compliance failures

Swiss bank Julius Baer has entered into a $79 million settlement with the US Department of Justice over its role in laundering bribes tied to the Fifa corruption scandal.

27 May 2021

McKinsey to repay over $63 million to state-owned South African railway

26 May 2021

Dutch prosecutor: “a cooperative attitude pays off”

06 May 2021

As Biden settles in, lawyers expect uptick in anti-corruption enforcement

New leadership, a backlog of cases and a renewed emphasis on combating corruption have given corporate defence lawyers cause for optimism.

26 April 2021

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