SFO Accuses Ex-Engineers Of Bribing S. Korea Official

Law360, London (October 21, 2019, 6:57 PM BST) -- Three former employees at a British engineering company steered more than $1 million in bribes to a South Korea public official for helping to sell its equipment and tried to conceal the illegal payments, a prosecutor told a London jury Monday. 

The founder of a British engineering company and two former top executives are on trial in Southwark Crown Court over allegations they paid a South Korean public official more than $1 million in bribes. (AP) Güralp Systems Ltd.'s co-founder Cansun Güralp, its former managing director Andrew Bell and the former head of sales Natalie Pearce helped funnel secret payments to a...

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