As our most recent political book of the moment, former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates’s memoir, Duty, has been dutifully dissected for its political “winners” and “losers.” One big winner that seems to have gone unnoticed, though, is the FCPA.
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[…] to bribe Azeri leaders involved giving them vouchers that Azeri citizens could use to participate in privatizations. With $350 million from his investors, Kozeny was supposed to buy enough vouchers to gain control over Socar if it was privatized. U.S. prosecutors allege Kozeny and Bourke gave some of the vouchers to Azeri officials.
Now, though, […]
[…] U.S. banks by allowing him to secretly use a series of attorney-client, law office, and shell company accounts as conduits for his funds.
Realtors. Two realtors helped Obiang buy and sell multi-million-dollar residences in California, and a real estate escrow agent facilitated his purchase of a $30 million property by handling millions of dollars wire […]
[…] a four-week trial.
The jury found him guilty of conspiring with Bout and others to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) by trying to buy commercial airplanes from American companies in violation of U.S. sanctions.
He was also found guilty of one count of money laundering conspiracy, one count of […]
Tackling demand-side bribery, as the proposed Foreign Extortion Prevention Act aims to do, is complex. On the supply side, we know in most cases why business people pay bribes. In the words of the FCPA, it’s to obtain or retain business or secure an improper advantage. But why do officials demand bribes?
[…] end the secret ownership of property in the UK by foreigners.
“For the first time,” Cameron said in a statement, “foreign companies that already hold or want to buy property in the UK will be forced to reveal who really owns them.”
Foreign companies own around 100,000 properties in England and Wales. Over 44,000 of them […]
[…] scheme to bribe Azeri leaders involved giving them vouchers Azeri citizens could use to participate in privatizations. With $350 million from his investors, Kozeny was supposed to buy enough vouchers to gain control over Socar if it was privatized. U.S. prosecutors allege Kozeny and Bourke gave some of the vouchers to Azeri officials.
But according […]