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Entries in Guersney (4)

Wednesday
Mar072018

Tom Fox: BSGR files for receivership

In one of the most high profile corruption stories around, reports in the Financial Times said BSGR filed for receivership, and on Tuesday entered into voluntary administration in Guernsey, where the company is registered.

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Tuesday
May172016

Bill Steinman: The death knell tolls for hiding beneficial owners

It’s a scenario that FCPA practitioners see all too regularly. A due diligence report regarding an intermediary reveals that it’s organized not in its home jurisdiction, but in Cyprus. Or Guernsey. Or Panama.

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Thursday
Apr212016

Pennsylvania consultant pleads guilty to FCPA offenses for bribing banker

The former owner and president of a Pennsylvania consulting business pleaded guilty Wednesday to violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices by bribing an official at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

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Thursday
Jan092014

Alcoa settles FCPA charge, pays $384 million to DOJ, SEC

A unit of Alcoa agreed to plead guilty Thursday in the Western District of Pennsylvania to one count of violating the anti-bribery provisions of the FCPA with a 2004 corrupt transaction. Alcoa World Alumina LLC, a majority-owned subsidiary, will pay a criminal fine of $209 million and forfeit $14 million to settle the DOJ’s charges. Alcoa Inc., the corporate parent, also agreed to resolve civil charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission by disgorging $161 million.

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