Ericsson to pay over $1bln in probes

09 Décembre, 2019, 07:41 | Auteur: Auguste Feret
  • Ericsson to pay over $1bln in probes

An Ericsson logo is pictured at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Shanghai, China June 28, 2019.

Sweden's telecoms mammoth Ericsson has consented to pay more than $1bn (£760m) to determine charges of renumeration, the US Department of Justice has declared.

The justice department said that the company had entered into a deferred prosecution agreement.

It involves a $ 520m criminal penalties for the justice department and the payment of $ 540m to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

"Certain employees in some markets, some of whom were executives in those markets, acted in bad faith and knowingly failed to implement sufficient controls", Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm mentioned in a convention name on Saturday.

"I search for what has came about as an totally unacceptable and vastly upsetting chapter of our history".

One of many firm's subsidiaries, Ericsson Egypt Ltd, pleaded responsible within the Southern District of NY to a cost of conspiracy to violate the anti-bribery provisions of the FCPA.

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Ericsson used third parties to pay bribes to government officials to secure and keep business, authorities said.

Among other examples, Ericsson admitted that during those years it channeled tens of millions of dollars through consultants and service providers in China, creating a slush fund to lavish gifts, travel and entertainment on foreign officials in order to win business from state-owned telecoms companies.

Pleading responsible can convey further extreme sanctions, together with the revoking of licenses, however the firm can negotiate waivers to make sure they will proceed to function.

It has mentioned beforehand it was cooperating with USA authorities and that it could make a $1.2 billion provision in relation to the probes.

"Today, Swedish telecom giant Ericsson has admitted to a years-long campaign of corruption in five countries to solidify its grip on telecommunications business", US Attorney Geoffrey Berman of Manhattan said in a statement.

In a release, Ericsson acknowledged the announcement by prosecutors and said it has taken significant steps to improve its ethnics and compliance program over the last three years. The company also said that the $1.2 billion was fully covered by a provision that it had made in the third quarter itself and it won't affect the Ericsson's finances.

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