Saturday, September 22, 2012

Brazil Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Brazil Foreign Bribe Lawyer: Embraer Under Investigation by the US | The Rio Times | Brazil News

Brazil Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Rewards and Exposing Bribes from Foreign Multinational Corporations by SEC Brazil Bribe Bounty Lawyer and Brazil Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Whistleblower Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other Anti-Bribery laws prohibit bribes by multinational corporations to foreign officials to obtain lucrative contracts.  Confidential Bribe Whistleblowers that properly report these illegal contract bribes, kickbacks, and other corrupt practices may recover large rewards for exposing corrupt practices committed by multinational corporation.  If you are aware of significant contract bribes, illegal kickbacks or other corrupt practices by foreign companies and/or multinational corporations, please feel free to contact Brazilian Illegal Bribe and Kickback Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message  or go to the following web page on: Brazil Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Whistleblower Lawyer and SEC Brazil Bribe Bounty Lawyer.

Embraer Under Investigation by the US | The Rio Times | Brazil News

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer is under investigation by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on suspicion of violating the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Embraer, the fourth largest producer of aircraft in the world, announced it was undertaking an internal investigation into its operations in three countries in response to the subpoena issued by the SEC.

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prohibits companies whose securities are listed in the U.S. from making payments to foreign officials “for the purposes of obtaining or retaining business for or with, or directing business to, any person.” It also requires that companies keep accurate records of all their transactions.

If found guilty of a criminal charge the company could face fines of up to, and possibly exceeding, US$2 million. Moreover, individual employees or directors within the company could be fined up to US$100,000 each and imprisoned for a maximum of five years.

The sanctions also dictate that firms found to be in violation of the FCPA could be banned from doing business with the U.S. Federal Government.

This could inhibit Embraer’s reported bid to win a nearly US$1.5 billion deal to supply 100 light attack aircraft to the U.S. military. Frederico Curado, Embraer’s CEO, announced on Friday that he was “confident that it won’t prevent us participating in any bidding process.”

Embraer put forward their Super Tucano jets, which carry a price tag of between US$10-15 million. They are currently among the four finalists in the bidding, and if they win, the deal would not only represent their biggest single-sale of Super Tucanos ever, but also a way into the lucrative U.S. defense market.

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