All Sweden articles

  • Kroner

    Ericsson reserves $1.2B in FCPA case; speaks candidly on compliance program


    Ericsson announced it has set aside $1.2 billion to resolve a long-running FCPA investigation that spans several geographies. CEO Börje Ekholm spoke candidly about the shortcomings of the company’s ethics and compliance program and how it’s addressing them. 

  • Swedbank_Automat

    Embattled Swedbank names permanent CCO


    Faced with numerous AML investigations, Swedbank made several significant moves this week, including naming a permanent CCO and agreeing to waive attorney-client privilege by handing over an internal report to local prosecutors.

  • Blog post

    Hosted hunting trips in Sweden and Texas


    Tom Fox explores the ethical implications of hosted hunting trips and specifically the case of Fredrik Lundberg, chairman of Sweden-based Industrivarden, and Anders Borg, the former finance minister of that country, who was given just such a trip by Lundberg.