The Israeli diamond magnate was identified as “CC-1″ in an FBI affidavit, a knowledgeable person said.
According to Frederic Cilins, the case against him was ginned up by hostile commercial interests working to undermine the Israeli billionaire Beny Steinmetz.
Switzerland-based BSG Resources is not named in the charges against Cilins but was identified as the mining company in question in an FBI affidavit.
More than a year after beginning settlement talks, an internal foreign bribery probe at Layne Christensen incurs $1 million in quarterly expenses.
The government has now seized more than $1 million from Diepreye Solomon Peter Alamieyeseigha, the former governor of the oil-rich Bayelsa state in Nigeria.
Frederic Cilins filed a motion Wednesday to change his $15 million bond, arguing the other conditions of his release would guarantee his appearance in court.
Britain’s parliament will this week consider whether to probe the transparency of oil and mining firms listed in London, an issue highlighted by corruption probes at emerging market miners which lawmakers fear have dented the stock market’s reputation.
Inside companies, widespread knowledge of corruption in Africa, Europe, Middle East and India.
The company called on Tony Blair to help rescue the employees, accused of “passive corruption.”
The French national is charged obstructing a grand jury investigation into whether mining company BSG Resources Ltd. paid bribes in Africa.
U.K.-listed miner Eurasian Natural Resources Corp. has hired two law firms to review the conclusions of an internal investigation into whistleblower allegations conducted by law firm Dechert LLP, as ENRC is investigated over allegations of fraud and corruption.
The former Willbros Group consultant was sentenced last week in Houston.
The son of Equatorial Guinea’s president said the U.S. government hasn’t linked his wealth to corruption.
Deductible portions of last month’s $16 million foreign bribery settlement allowed Houston’s Parker Drilling Company to record a $1.5 million tax benefit but the company also paid an additional $500,000 in legal fees, the company disclosed on Friday.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in March also upheld a lower court’s dismissal of [...]
Novak was the third defendant to plead guilty over bribes paid to win business for the Houston pipeline contractors Willbros Group Inc.
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