US Department of Justice publishes charges of foreign bribery against three former Rolls-Royce executives and two consultants.
Three former Rolls-Royce executives have pleaded guilty to charges of foreign bribery, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) has revealed.
James Finley, 66, a Briton; Dutch citizen Aloysius Johannes Jozef Zuurhout, 53; and American Keith Barnett, 48, all pleaded guilty to “conspiracy to violate” the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Finley pleaded guilty to an additional charge of “violating” the FCPA.
Two other businessmen also face charges in relation to the the Rolls-Royce scandal. Austrian Adreas Kohler, 53, a consultant, pleaded guilty to conspiracy. Meanwhile, Greek Petros Contoguris, 70, is charged with one count of cons
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