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A former engineer at Brazilian state energy company Petrobras convicted in Brazil of laundering bribes for construction group Odebrecht is challenging a court order that allows the Serious Fraud Office to seize £7.3 million held in his UK bank account.
15 May 2023
Alejandro Burzaco, who his lawyer called “the superman of cooperators”, will not pay a fine for his role in a scheme to bribe soccer officials for lucrative broadcasting rights.
12 May 2023
Boston Scientific also received a subpoena from the Department of Justice.
05 May 2023
A recent acquittal of a Canadian national accused of bribing a foreign public official has confirmed the minimum standard for convictions under the country’s anti-bribery legislation.
05 May 2023
The sovereign wealth fund asked a Kuala Lumpur court for permission to refile its claim in the future, according to an SEC filing.
04 May 2023
The DOJ and SEC contacted recidivist medical device maker Stryker about possible FCPA violations; a fibre laser manufacturer “believes” the DOJ has concluded its investigation into its export practices; a mining company received information requests from the DOJ but says it is not under investigation.
03 May 2023
A 1MDB defendant asked to push back his surrender date to spend time with his family, an oil trader moved to dismiss accusations that he bribed officials in Mexico in a case revolving around the Ecuadorian state oil company, and the former treasurer of Venezuela will appeal against her 15-year prison sentence.
01 May 2023
Glencore announced in its annual ethics report that its recently-accepted compliance monitors will be working with the forensic accounting firm.
28 April 2023
The resolution comes two years after SICPA paid over $151 million to settle allegations that the company bribed public officials in Brazil.
27 April 2023
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