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The first Unaoil brother to be sentenced called himself “exhibit A” for the benefits of government collaboration during a hearing in a Houston federal court.
30 January 2023
Gibraltar-based betting company 888 announced the immediate departure of its CEO on the same day it revealed breaches of anti-money laundering “best practices”.
30 January 2023
A top DOJ official announced a number of revisions to the agency's corporate enforcement policy that could grant bigger fine reductions or declinations to companies with cases containing aggravating factors if they self-report misconduct and cooperate with investigations.
17 January 2023
Otávio Yazbek, who led construction company Odebrecht’s bribery-related monitorship in Brazil, will oversee an internal investigation into one of the country’s largest retailers after it disclosed a near four-billion-dollar gap in its balance sheet.
16 January 2023
The DOJ has twice warned the Swedish multinational it had breached a $1 billion bribery settlement reached with US authorities in 2019.
12 January 2023
Two of the SEC’s own commissioners objected to the regulator’s decision to punish McDonald’s despite accepting that the company was a victim of its former CEO’s misconduct.
09 January 2023
The SFO’s recently departed associate general counsel said the anti-fraud agency’s next director will need to show resilience in the role.
06 January 2023
The GIR editorial team is taking a break from regular news briefings over the next couple of weeks. We will be back on 3 January. In the meantime, please enjoy this selection of some of our favourite and most-read stories. Happy holidays!
18 December 2022
ABB’s demonstration of intent to self-disclose bribery misconduct before a media report broke helped the repeat FCPA offender obtain a parent-level DPA, the principal associate deputy attorney general said.
07 December 2022
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