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Does The Crime Of The Company Cause A Penalty To The Executives? Crimes Committed Within The Company And Criminal Liability
The crimes committed within the Company or brought criminal responsibility to the company executives are not limited by the abovementioned crimes.
Turkey
 
26 Feb 2019
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PETROBRAS – OPERATION CARWASH – Dealing With Criminal Actions Of Officers
In such cases where the company is listed, due, timely and compliant information to the shareholders and appropriate securities regulatory authorities is imperative.
Turkey
31 Jul 2018
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Anti-Corruption Climate in Turkey: A Quick Guide for Multinational Companies
As an emerging market, Turkey is rightly considered to be a business and commercial hub for the EMEA region, as well as an important market for many multinational companies. In 2017, Turkey received a score of 40 points in Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index, on a scale of 0 ("highly corrupt") to 100 ("very clean").
Turkey
3 Jul 2018
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Bir Efsanenin Çöküşü
Şirketlerin gelirlerinin %5'inin erimesine neden olan suistimalin neden ve kimler tarafından gerçekleştirildiği konusunda inceleme uzmanlarına en çok yardımcı olan kavramlardan biri "Suistimal Üçgeni"dir.
Turkey
17 May 2018
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Criminal Liability Of An Executive Under Turkish Law
During his/her professional life, a company executive operating in Turkey can face various types of criminal liability. This article aims to provide a general overview of the possible risks in relation to criminal law..
Turkey
28 Mar 2018
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DOJ Makes the Pilot Program Permanent and Announces FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy
The US Department of Justice ("DOJ") had announced a pilot program ("Pilot Program") on April 5, 2016, which created new mitigation opportunities for companies that (i) voluntarily self-disclosed, (ii) cooperated fully, and (iii) took timely and appropriate remedial actions in FCPA matters that fell within the Fraud Section's mandate.
Turkey
7 Dec 2017
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Compliance Programs to Prevent Corporate Misconduct
With the proliferation of official investigations into international bribery allegations in recent years, as well as the huge fines imposed as a consequence of such investigations, much of the attention of the compliance community has lately been focused on anti-bribery efforts.
Turkey
21 Jun 2017
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"More Countries Declined Than Improved" Says Transparency International In 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index
Transparency International released its 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index ("CPI") on 25 January 2017. The annual CPI has become one of the most widely recognized indicators of corruption worldwide.
Turkey
27 Jan 2017
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A comparative analysis of self-reporting and cooperation mechanisms under FCPA and Turkish Criminal Code
This year, Vimpelcom, a telecommunications company based in the Netherlands, has agreed to pay $397 million to US authorities to settle the charges that it made corrupt payments to Uzbek officials.
Turkey
17 Oct 2016
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Türk Yargısında Artarak Görülen Vakıa: Şirket Yöneticisinin Güveni Kötüye Kullanması
"Beyaz yaka suçları" olarak adlandırılan şirket içi yolsuzluklar ve özellikle güveni kötüye kullanma suçu, son yıllarda Yargıtay kararlarına sıklıkla konu olmaktadır
Turkey
12 Oct 2016
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Turkey Ratifies European Convention On Money Laundering, Search, Seizure And Confiscation Of Criminal Proceeds And Financing Of Terrorism
Turkey has ratified the Council of Europe Convention on Laundering, Search, Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds from Crime and on the Financing of Terrorism ("Convention"), with Law Number 6665.
Turkey
2 Mar 2016
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Business Crimes Litigation In Turkey: Trends And Outlook
Only real persons can commit crimes and receive criminal penalties in Turkey. Legal entities cannot be held criminally liable in Turkey.
Turkey
17 Dec 2015
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The Role And Liabilities Of The Private Sector In Combatting Foreign Bribery In Turkey
Turkey signed the Convention on 17 December 1997 and deposited the ratification instrument with the OECD on 1 January 2000.
Turkey
28 Jan 2015
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Liabilities Of The Board Of Directors Members And Sanctions In Light Of The Entire Amendments To The New Turkish Commercial Code
A new text was published regarding the criminal liability of the board of directors members which classifies the type of penalties under the following headings: administrative fines, judicial fines and prison sentence.
Turkey
21 Jan 2013
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The Barrel Brief: Environmental Law Overhauled
In March 2006, arguably the biggest environmental scandal to date in Turkey occurred. Upon an anonymous tip, the authorities discovered hundreds of barrels buried illegally by a creek in the district of Tuzla, Istanbul. The barrels contained various types of poisonous and hazardous chemical substances. Subsequent investigations pointed towards high profile industrial companies as the culprits with the public and the Government strongly reacting to the scandal.
Turkey
1 Aug 2006
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