Law360 (December 18, 2018, 9:16 PM EST) -- A London judge has ordered a procurement engineer currently serving prison time to stay in the U.K. until he pays off debts related to a kickbacks scheme in which he traded confidential information on £40 million ($50.7 million) worth of energy and infrastructure projects.
Southwark Crown Court Judge Deborah Taylor imposed a compliance order on Graham Marchment on Monday preventing him from leaving the country until he pays off a confiscation order handed down in connection with a corruption racket stemming from energy and infrastructure projects in Egypt, Russia and Singapore.
Marchment, 60, pleaded guilty to three counts of conspiracy to corrupt in 2015 and was given concurrent...
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