The former president of a Maryland-based transportation company was convicted Friday of bribing a Russian official in exchange for contracts to deliver nuclear materials to customers in the United States.… Continue Reading
A Maryland company that bribed a Russian official to award uranium transportation contracts agreed Tuesday to pay a $2 million criminal fine to resolve FCPA charges.
Transport Logistics International Inc. (TLI) was charged with conspiracy to violate the FCPA’s anti-bribery provisions.… Continue Reading
A former co-president of a Maryland-based company that transports nuclear materials to customers in the United States and abroad was charged with bribing an official connected to Russia’s State Atomic Energy Corporation.… Continue Reading
A former director of a Russian nuclear energy firm was sentenced Tuesday to 48 months in federal prison for taking $2 million in bribes to award uranium transportation contracts to an American company.… Continue Reading
During the third calendar quarter, there were five corporate FCPA enforcement actions and one individual resolution.
(Last year in Q3 there was one corporate enforcement action and two individual actions related to Noble.)
Five FCPA defendants pleaded guilty to criminal FCPA charges from July to September, including the former CFO of Siemens Argentina.… Continue Reading
A Russian official living in Maryland pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy to commit money laundering for taking over $2 million in bribes in exchange for transport contracts with the Russian state-owned nuclear energy corporation.… Continue Reading