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April 30, 2020

Posted  April 30, 2020

Entities of Israeli banking conglomerate Bank Hapoalim have pleaded guilty and entered into civil settlements for their role in a money laundering scheme for bribes made to soccer officials with Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and others in exchange for preferences including in the award of soccer match broadcasting rights.  As part of three-year non-prosecution agreement, the bank will forfeit $20.73 million, pay a fine of $9.33 million, and undertake specified remedial and compliance efforts. The bank simultaneously entered into a separate settlement regarding tax evasion.  DOJ; USAO EDNY

Tagged in: Criminal Proceedings, Financial and Investment Fraud, Financial Institution Fraud, Money Laundering,

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