The Anticorruption & Ethics Newsletter

South Africa: CEO of main electricity production and distribution company fired after accusing government of corruption
Spain: The FC Barcelona and former club presidents charged for referee corruption
Spain: Twelve suspects arrested in a corruption case involving several members of the Spanish Socialist Party
United States: Glencore ordered by a judge to pay more than USD 700 million for corruption
United States: Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. has notified U.S. authorities on possible foreign bribery violations
United States: The Republicans are still against the consideration of extra-financial factors in investment decisions by fund managers in the United States
United States: Ericsson fined USD 206 million for violations of its 2019 deferred prosecution agreement
United States: The SEC sanctions Irish company for violating the FCPA in Russia
United States: Rio Tinto pays USD 15 million fine to settle Guinea FCPA violations
France: AFA publishes a compilation of practical data sheets concerning the third party integrity assessment
Israel: Cabinet supports draft bill easing donations to public servants
Ukraine: New head of anti-corruption appointed
European Union: A provisional agreement reached on the use of the designation “European green bonds” aligned with the European taxonomy

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