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Credit Suisse settles ‘princeling program’ FCPA offenses for $76.7 million

Credit Suisse Group AG and its Hong Kong unit agreed Thursday to pay the DOJ and SEC $76.7 million for a referral hiring scheme that violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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Credit Suisse pays DOJ $47 million to end Asia princeling investigation

Banking giant Credit Suisse Group AG said Wednesday it has agreed to pay a $47 million penalty to the Justice Department to end an FCPA investigation into hiring practices in Asia.

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Feds investigate Citigroup for ‘princeling’ hiring practices

Citigroup Inc. said Friday it is being investigated for hiring practices that might violate the FCPA.

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Kristy Grant-Hart: What went wildly wrong at Qualcomm? Let's look at HR

With every enforcement action comes lessons and warning tales for other companies and compliance officers.  Last week Qualcomm paid $7.5 million to settle SEC charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by hiring relatives of Chinese officials responsible for deciding whether to select the company’s mobile technology products.

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Qualcomm settles FCPA charges in princeling hiring case for $7.5 million

The Securities and Exchange Commission said Tuesday that Qualcomm Incorporated agreed to pay $7.5 million to settle charges that it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by hiring relatives of Chinese government officials.

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Former senior Qualcomm exec jailed 18 months for insider trading, money laundering, obstruction

Jing Wang, the former president of global business operations for Qualcomm Inc., was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison and fined $500,000 for his role in a three-year insider trading scheme and cover up.

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Ex-Qualcomm exec cops to insider trading, money laundering

A former president of Qualcomm Inc.'s global business operations pleaded guilty Monday to insider trading in shares of the mobile phone chipmaker and a company it bought in 2011, and to a related money laundering charge.

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