5 Key Takeaways from AB InBev SEC FCPA Settlement

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  1. Dennis Myhre says:

    Mr. Volkov,
    The Justice Department failed to prosecute this case, with the SEC settling for $6 million; they “settled” the Och-Ziff Capital Management Group LLC bribery scheme with a Deferred Prosecution Agreement, paying out $213 million to the DOJ and $199 million to the SEC. I suspect there was also exclusionary language included n the DPA to prevent civil actions filed on behalf of any possible victims, as the DOJ routinely does in their DPA’s and NPA’s. GlaxoSmithKline was “settled” for $20 million in civil charges for another bribery scheme in China, with the DOJ deferring action against the company.

    My questions include, is the DOJ trying to “settle” these cases now in case we get a new US Attorney General in 2017, and who is accountable for the recovered penalties. Where is it an official public record that the funds are accounted for by the U.S. treasury?

  1. October 3, 2016

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