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A Bilfinger heat and power plant

A Bilfinger heat and power plant (Credit: Bilfinger SE/Flickr)

An investigation into bribery allegations related to the supply of monitors in Brazil could not have come at a worse time for Bilfinger. The German engineering and service company was already managing the fallout of an FCPA investigation into historic corruption in Nigeria and had just uncovered irregularities in a contract between the Brazilian navy and one of its subsidiaries. Throw in high turnover in its leadership and compliance teams and a succession of profit warnings, and the future was not looking bright. But a new GC helped get the company back on track.

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