Germany-Based Insurer Allianz Pays $12.3 Million to Resolve SEC’s Books and Records and Internal Controls FCPA Charges

Allianz, a German insurance and asset management company that previously had bonds registered with the SEC, recently resolved charges that an Indonesian joint venture in which Allianz’s Indonesian subsidiary invested made improper payments to employees of state-owned entities between 2001 and 2008.  Allianz agreed to pay $12.3 million.  The case demonstrates the government’s interpretation of the jurisdictional reach of the FCPA, the importance of whistleblowers and the increasing prevalence of FCPA cases that do not implicate the FCPA’s anti-bribery provisions.  See also “Five Themes for General Counsel to Monitor with Respect to Dodd-Frank Whistleblowers and the FCPA” (Oct. 3, 2012).

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