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Entries in Spain (21)

Thursday
Sep122019

World Bank debars two companies in separate actions

The World Bank debarred a Spanish engineering company Thursday for cheating on a bid and lying about its work progress.

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Thursday
Oct252018

Spanish defense contractor investigated for Saudi bribes

A special court in Spain is investigating executives at a state-owned defense company that allegedly paid millions in bribes to win weapons contracts with Saudi Arabia spanning two decades. 

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Tuesday
Jul032018

The best defense against Ronaldo, Messi, et al? Bring a tax case

The last few years have revealed a growing trend of prosecuting top-grossing soccer superstars for tax evasion and tax fraud.

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Thursday
May312018

Spanish police release Bill Browder after red notice detention

From Bill Browder's twitter account.A British critic of Russian president Vladimir Putin was detained by Spanish police Wednesday on an international arrest warrant that Russia requested through Interpol.

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Tuesday
Feb132018

DOJ charges Venezuela energy company workers with money laundering, FCPA conspiracy

The DOJ unsealed an indictment Monday against five former employees of Venezuela’s state energy company, charging all of them with money laundering and two with also conspiring to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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Tuesday
Oct182016

In Spain, whistleblower Anna Garrido's ten-year ordeal

Spain is in the grip of a massive corruption scandal. A trial began this month in which some of the highest-ranking former lawmakers and officials of the ruling Popular Party (PP) are facing accusations of grand corruption.

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Wednesday
May112016

UK Enforcement: Former banknote company exec convicted of overseas bribery

Image courtesy of Innovia SecurityA former manager of a polymer banknote manufacturer was convicted Wednesday of four counts of making corrupt payments to a foreign official.

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Wednesday
Dec092015

Philippa Foster Back: What stops employees from blowing the whistle?

Effective speak-up or whistleblowing hotlines are an element of good governance and can act as an early warning system. But while most large companies have a formal mechanism where employees can voice concerns, our 2015 Ethics at Work survey shows that employees don't have confidence in the system.

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Monday
Apr062015

Injecting integrity into corporate DNA: A strategic blueprint (Part One)

Dr. Andrea Bonime-BlancTransparency International recently published its first analysis of corporate transparency, measuring the amount and quality of corporate disclosure by the world’s largest 120 enterprises. The results? Not a single U.S. company made the top ten most transparent companies (yet surprisingly one made the bottom ten: Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway). Six of the top ten companies were European, including Spain’s Banco Santander, coming in at number five.

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Friday
Mar132015

FinCEN: Andorra bankers took bribes to launder money for China, Russia, Venezuela criminals

The U.S. Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network said senior managers at Banca Privada d'Andorra took bribes for several years to help launder money for organized crime groups.

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Wednesday
Feb252015

Think you know Colombia? Think again

Colombia's capital city, BogotaFor many years Colombia was considered a wild destination suitable only for the risk prone and adventurous. It even appeared on the no fly list of many countries due to drug wars, high crime rates, and a struggling economy.

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Thursday
Jun192014

Grifols discloses probes in multiple countries

Spanish pharma Grifols S.A described ongoing corruption investigations across Europe and in South America and Asia in a recent SEC filing.

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