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OFAC said Toll Holdings’ compliance measures “failed to keep up with the pace and complexity of its growing operations”.
25 April 2022
OFAC has fined a Colorado-based mining company and an equipment distributor in Florida for acquiring explosives originating from Cuba for use at a Suriname gold mine.
22 April 2022
The former top US lawyer at Fresenius claims he was dismissed last month for reporting concerns about bribery, corruption and embezzlement at the German medical company.
13 April 2022
Details of the penalty were published after the company dropped a legal challenge that could have yielded valuable insights into OFSI’s working practices for UK sanctions lawyers.
22 February 2022
The Swedish telecoms company disclosed the results of a 2019 internal investigation into its business practices in Iraq ahead of planned media coverage on the subject.
16 February 2022
Swiss engineering company Foster Wheeler chose not to alert law enforcement agencies despite three separate internal investigations uncovering suspected bribery in Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.
07 February 2022
“Being the CEO of a company that discovers bribery is very lonely; it would have been good to meet someone like myself who had that experience,” said Christopher Potts, who led Güralp to a foreign bribery settlement in 2019.
03 February 2022
01 February 2022
28 January 2022
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