Fraud, corruption and the MTN fine

Fraud, corruption and the $5 billion MTN fine By Michael Currie MTN, Africa‚Äôs largest mobile network is reeling after a the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) fined the company USD $5.2 billion for failing to disconnect approximately 5.1 million customers from unregistered phone cards. The NCC calculated the fine by fining MTN USD $1,001 for each … Continue reading Fraud, corruption and the MTN fine

Exploring overlap of anti-corruption & competition laws

ICC FraudNet Spring 2014 conference AAF & AAT editor John Oxenham of Nortons Inc. was an invited speaker on current trends in African anti-corruption and anti-fraud enforcement. See more details on the conference and FraudNet here. The emerging overlap of antitrust and anti-corruption issues - including significant efficiencies from combining preemptive internal audits as well … Continue reading Exploring overlap of anti-corruption & competition laws