Documents leaked Sunday from a Panama law firm showed alleged use of anonymous shell companies by world leaders, politicians and others to shield billions of dollars from public view.
In its annual report filed with the SEC last week, VimpelCom described the continuing fallout from its February mega-settlement with U.S. and Dutch authorities for bribery offenses in Uzbekistan.
Among other things, VimpelCom said it has a reserve of $105 million for legal and other costs.… Continue Reading
The former president of Honduras who led the Honduran soccer federation from 2002 to 2015 pleaded guilty last week in federal court in Brooklyn, New York to two conspiracy counts of racketeering and wire fraud.… Continue Reading
FCPA Blog contributing editor Richard Bistrong appeared Friday on CNBC’s Power Lunch to talk about the Unaoil bribery allegations.
Frank Vogl was also there. He’s a co-founder of Transparency International and the Partnership for Transparency Fund.… Continue Reading