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Entries in The Netherlands (7)

Wednesday
Nov292017

SBM Offshore pays $238 million to settle FCPA violations

Dutch oil services company SBM Offshore NV agreed Wednesday to pay a criminal penalty of $238 million to resolve FCPA offenses in Brazil, Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Kazakhstan, and Iraq.

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Friday
Mar242017

Dutch, U.S. investigate ING for corruption

ING is under criminal investigation by Dutch prosecutors for money laundering and corruption in Uzbekistan, and authorities in the United States have also requested information from the bank.

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Tuesday
Nov292016

Geert Vermeulen: With U.S. help, Dutch enforcement makes dramatic leap

For many years the Dutch government lagged behind countries like the United States, the UK and Germany enforcing anti-corruption laws. But that has recently changed in a dramatic way.

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Tuesday
Jun142016

Frank's International investigates West Africa payments

Netherlands-based oil and gas services firm Frank's International NV said in an SEC filing Monday that it's conducting an internal investigation of certain foreign subsidiaries in West Africa for possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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Wednesday
Aug262015

Andy Spalding answers the call of nature

I have never found a culture that truly endorses straight-up bribery. There may be no culture which actually teaches that a suitcase full of cash privately given to an official in exchange for a benefit to which the payor is not legally entitled is a good thing, one that we should not deter even if we could. 

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Wednesday
Jun182014

International donors trim or withhold Mozambique aid over corruption concerns

The group of donors who contribute aid directly to Mozambique pledged $275 million in aid this week, a decrease from the $309 million given last year, citing concerns about corruption in the region.

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Tuesday
Jun032014

More than 77,000 foreign banks will share tax info with IRS 

More than 77,000 foreign banks and other financial institutions agreed to share information about U.S. account holders with the Internal Revenue Service as part of a crackdown on offshore tax evasion, the Treasury Department said Monday.

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