Action against Respondent, a former CEO, in connection with alleged FCPA violations.  According to the SEC, Respondent directed improper payments through his company to foreign politicians, political candidates, and related individuals and entities by fabricating documents such as invoices and using fake documents submitted by illegitimate vendors to support the entries.  The SEC alleges that as CEO, Respondent caused internal accounting controls violations, such as incorrect entries and filings.  Respondent has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $125,000.

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