All Non-Prosecution Agreements articles
Chemical company Albemarle was assessed penalties totaling more than $218 million as part of settlements with the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission addressing alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act across a handful of foreign countries.
NatWest Markets, the investment banking arm of London-based NatWest Group, agreed to pay approximately $35 million after pleading guilty to engaging in various fraud schemes over the span of a decade in U.S. Treasury markets.
The Justice Department clearly is prosecuting more companies for sanctions or export control violations: 15 enforcement actions since 2010, compared to only three in the prior three years. Inside, we’ve sifted out themes arising from those settlements to understand more about what factors regulators weigh when resolving charges and how ...