All Angola articles

  • HSBC

    Hat tip to HSBC for stopping money laundering, saving lives


    If you’re in search of proof that what you do matters, look no further than the AML efforts of HSBC in preventing $500 million from reaching the bank accounts of criminals, writes Martin Woods.

  • Blog post

    The fight against worldwide corruption


    When banks and regulators work together to halt the transfer, hiding, and parking of corrupt funds, the war on corruption takes one more giant step forward.

  • Blog post

    SFO secures seven convictions in F.H. Bertling case


    The U.K. Serious Fraud Office announced this week that F.H. Bertling and six current and former employees have been convicted of conspiracy to make corrupt payments in relation to F.H. Bertling’s freight forwarding business in Angola and a contract worth approximately $20 million.

  • Blog post

    Halliburton settles FCPA case for $29.2M


    Oil field services giant Halliburton today reached a $29.2 million settlement with the SEC over charges that it violated the books and records and internal accounting controls provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act concerning payments tied to Angola.