Corsa Coal Corporation received a declination from the DOJ Monday despite its employees and agents violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by a scheme to bribe Egyptian government officials to win contracts to supply coal to an Egyptian state company.… Continue Reading
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Rio Tinto plc paid the SEC $15 million Monday to settle FCPA offenses related to a consultant hired to retain mining rights in Guinea.… Continue Reading
Four companies from the mining sector have disclosed open FCPA-related investigations.
One company first disclosed an investigation this week. The other companies first disclosed investigations in 2016, 2015, and 2013.
Two of the companies are based in the UK, one in Canada, and the other in Switzerland.… Continue Reading
The DOJ asked India to arrest a member of parliament indicted by a federal grand jury in Chicago in early April for a plot to grant mining rights in return for more than $18 million in bribes.… Continue Reading
As I settle back at my desk in Peru, I reflect on my experience last week at the IACA’s Corporate Integrity Training program. Ten years ago I wouldn’t have imagined sharing a room with people from 25 different countries to discuss anti-corruption compliance.… Continue Reading