Corporate Enforcement Since 2006 
Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 7:28AM
Richard L. Cassin in 2008 Enforcement Index, 2009 Enforcement Index, 2010 Enforcement Index, 2011 Enforcement Index, Aibel, Baker Hughes, Bristow Group Inc., Delta Pine, Dow Chemical, El Paso Corporation, Paradigm

Yesterday we posted our 2011 FCPA enforcement index. Today we look at corporate enforcement for the years from 2006.

Here goes:

In 2011, 15 companies paid $508.6 million in criminal and civil penalties, and in disgorgement and interest.

In 2010, 23 companies paid $1.8 billion.

In 2009, 11 companies paid $644 million.

In 2008, 11 companies paid $890.

In 2007, 15 companies paid $128 million.

And in 2006, 4 companies paid $86.25 million.

Here's a breakdown (our first) for 2007 and 2006.

For 2007:

Aibel -- $4.2 million

Baker Hughes -- $44 million

Bristow Group -- nil

Chevron -- $28 million

Delta Pine -- $300,000

Dow Chemical -- $325,000

El Paso Corporation -- $2.25 million

Immucor -- nil

Ingersoll-Rand -- $4.2 million

Lucent -- $1.5 million

Omega Advisers -- $500,000

Paradigm -- $1 million

Textron -- $3.5 million

Vetco Gray -- $26 million

York -- $12 million

And for 2006:

Oil States -- nil

Schnitzer Steel -- $15.25 million

Statoil -- $21 million

Tyco -- $50 million (plus $1 disgorgement)*

*Most of the charges against Tyco were for securities law violations other than FCPA offenses. The final judgment didn't allocate the penalties.

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