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Entries in Equitorial Guinea (5)

Monday
Oct012018

Two former oil executives receive multi-year prison terms for FCPA violations

Two former executives of SBM Offshore, N.V. were sent to prison Friday for their role in bribing officials at state-owned oil and gas companies in three countries.

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Monday
Sep172018

Kleptocurrency: $16 million seized from Equatorial Guinea VP in Brazil

Police in Brazil confiscated a bag of luxury watches and cash from Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue and his entourage after their private plane landed at an airport near Sao Paulo. 

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Friday
Sep012017

Bill Steinman on graft: Why we fight

My approach as a contributor to the FCPA Blog has been to take real world issues I encounter in my law practice and share practical approaches for overcoming them. Today’s post will be different. 

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Monday
Oct132014

‘Shameless’ kleptocrat Teddy Obiang forfeits $30 million in DOJ settlement

The Department of Justice said Friday it reached a settlement of its civil forfeiture cases against assets in the United States owned by the Second Vice President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Teodoro (Teddy) Nguema Obiang Mangue that he purchased with the proceeds of corruption.  

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Thursday
Apr032014

SBM Offshore: Our agents may have bribed officials in Africa

Dutch oil and gas services company SBM Offshore NV announced that a two-year internal investigation produced evidence showing that its agents in Angola and Equatorial Guinea may have bribed government officials.

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