Nov 17, 2016

đạo luật ngăn chận sự mờ ám

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Đạo luật ngăn chận sự mờ ám khi trao đổi công nhân với ngoại quốc

Image result for JPMorgan bankNgân Hàng JPMorgan bị phạt $264  triệu do mướn các tập sự viên người China một cách mờ ám và không đúng luật.

Regulators slapped JPMorgan (JPM) with $264 million in fines and said the bank "corruptly influenced government officials" with its hiring practices in China.
The settlement ends a three-year investigation into JPMorgan and marks one of the first major crackdowns on a big U.S. bank for running afoul of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Known as the FCPA, the law prohibits companies from making payments or giving "anything of value" to win business from foreign officials.

Over the course of seven years, JPMorgan hired about 100 interns and full-time employees at the request of foreign government officials, according to authorities. These jobs scored JPMorgan more than $100 million in business.
JPMorgan's $264 million in fines is being divided up among multiple government agencies. The bank has agreed to pay more than $130 million to the SEC, $72 million to the Justice Department and $62 million to the Federal Reserve.

Source: cnn

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act  is a United States federal law known primarily for two of its main provisions, one that addresses accounting transparency requirements under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and another concerning bribery of foreign officials.