International Whistleblowers Can Collect Large Financial Rewards for Anonymously Exposing Illegal Bribes, Money Laundering, Market Manipulation Schemes, FCPA Violations, and Other Illegal Conduct by International Whistleblower Lawyer and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Lawyer Jason S. Coomer
International Whistleblower Reward Laws target international bribery schemes, money laundering and other illegal conduct in the global markets. Further, CFTC and SEC Anonymous Whistleblower Reward Actions allow International Whistleblowers to anonymously expose illegal conduct and collect large financial rewards. These laws work through the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Bank Secrecy Act, and several other laws. By working through a lawyer licensed in the United States, any person with original information of significant illegal conduct in the financial markets or FCPA violations can earn large rewards. International professionals and others with original knowledge of large scale corruption are encouraged to report significant illegal conduct. If you are aware of a significant Foreign Corrupt Practice Act violation or other illegal conduct, please feel free to contact International Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason Coomer for a confidential review of a potential claim or use our submission form. Other international lawyers from outside the United States who represent whistleblowers are also encouraged to contact a lawyer based in the United States about potential co-representation arrangements.
Below are some helpful FAQs regarding filing an Anonymous International Whistleblower Reward Action and working with an International Whistleblower Lawyer:Q1: What is an International Whistleblower Lawyer and how can one help a potential whistleblower?A1: An International Whistleblower Lawyer represents international whistleblowers from around the World. More specifically, the lawyer represents international professionals and other individuals with original information related to significant illegal activity in the financial markets or by large corporations. Further, an international whistleblower lawyer reviews cases and files actions with the SEC and CFTC for anonymous whistleblowers. This whistleblower protection allows whistleblowers to protect their identity, expose significant illegal activity, and collect large financial rewards.
Q2: How are financial rewards for the SEC and CFTC determined and how large can the award be?A2: The SEC and CFTC determine whistleblower rewards based on the amount of money recovered by the agencies. To date over $500 million has been awarded to whistleblowers and some whistleblowers have earned as much as $30 million. More specifically, the SEC and CFTC award between 10% and 30% of any money recovered from the whistleblower's information to the whistleblower. Both the SEC and CFTC often issue large fines and sanctions of more than $100 million on large corporations. In such a situation, the whistleblower reward could be from $10 million to $30 million award.
Q3: Can Lawyers, Solicitors, and Other Attorneys from Around The World Represent International Whistleblowers and Anonymously Collect Rewards?A3: The United States SEC and CFTC both require anonymous whistleblowers to have lawyers licensed in the United States in order to file an anonymous whistleblower reward action and collect an anonymous financial reward. However, international whistleblower reward lawyers commonly work with other lawyers, solicitors, and attourneys from around the World on large whistleblower reward actions. More specifically, lawyers who have international whistleblowers with original knowledge of large market manipulation schemes, illegal kickback schemes and FCPA violations, sanction violations, and other illegal conduct are encouraged to work with an International Whistleblower Lawyer in the United States.Q4: Can Accountants, Compliance Officers, Financial Advisers, Lawyers, Employees, and Other Professionals Qualify as an Anonymous International Whistleblower?A4: Yes, in fact most of successful International Whistleblowers to date have been financial professionals; compliance and security professionals; auditors, lawyers, and accountants; or other employees/contractors. There are specificial rules that may apply to specific insiders including auditors, compliance officers, and lawyers, but all can anonymously expose significant illegal conduct and collect large financial rewards.
International Whistleblower Lawyer Helps International Professionals With Original Information of FCPA Violations, CEA Violations, SEA Violations, and other Illegal Conduct
The Commodity Futures Trade Commission (CFTC) and Securities Exchange Commission regulate the financial markets in the United States. These agencies also have broad jurisdiction to regulate illegal conduct that impacts or effects the global financial markets as well as multinational corporations and individuals who do business in the United States or are registered in the United States. As such, these agencies have significant power to enforce fines and penalties against corporations and individuals who violate the Commodity Exchange Act (CEA), Securities Exchange Act (SEC), Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and other laws.
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) prohibits bribery of foreign officials by U.S. and foreign companies listed on the U.S. securities exchange. The FCPA also requires such companies to maintain accurate books and records. Illegal bribes, fraudulent accountings, and false disclosures are all types of FCPA violations. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Whistleblowers that properly report FCPA violations by a U.S. or foreign company listed on the U.S. securities exchanges can recover a large reward for exposing FCPA violations. These rewards can be extremely large when the bribe is for a procurement contract, drug contract, or oil lease.
International Whistleblowers Can Earn Large Financial Rewards Between 10% to 30% of Any Money Recovered by The CFTC or SEC by Anonynously Exposing Significant Illegal Conduct Through an International Whistleblower Lawyer Licensed in the United States
Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the CFTC and SEC Bounty Actions, whistleblowers with original and specialized knowledge and evidence of large bribery schemes are eligible to recover large financial awards. By gathering this evidence and going through a lawyer, these whistleblowers can protect their identity and collect large rewards of 10% to 30% of the funds recovered by the CFTC or SEC. These recoveries can be extremely larger as the rewards can include disgorged funds. If you are aware of an illegal bribe or illegal kickback that was used to secure a large contract, please feel free to contact International Whistleblower Lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message or use our submission form about a potential SEC Whistleblower Incentive Program Action or other Whistleblower Bounty Action.
The United States and Other Governments Enforce Anti-Bribery Laws
The United States government and other governments enforce anti-bribery laws. In fact, in December 2019 and January 2020 large multinational corporations have paid over $5 billion in fines. Of this amount collected by governments, over $3 billion was collected by the United States government. These fines could result in large whistleblower rewards. For more information on these rewards, please go to the following web page Expose Illegal Bribery Schemes.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Whistleblower Laws Apply to All Foreign and U.S. Companies Listed on the U.S. Securities Exchanges as well as their Subsidiaries, Joint Venture Partners, and Agents
The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) applies to “issuers” (U.S. and foreign companies listed on U.S. securities exchanges and their employees); “domestic concerns,” which run the gamut of business entities organized under U.S. laws or with their principal place of business in the United States; the officers, directors, employees, and agents of those U.S. business entities (irrespective of nationality); U.S. citizens; U.S. resident aliens; “any person,” including all foreign persons, who commit an act in furtherance of a foreign bribe while in the United States, and U.S. businesses and nationals acting abroad. A Company must require all of its affiliated companies and all of their employees to comply with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Large Corporations Commonly Violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in Emerging Markets and Traditionally Corrupt Markets
Many companies violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) in emerging markets. They also violate the FCPA in countries with traditions of corruption. More specifically, companies often fiercely compete for business in emerging markets. Several of these emerging markets exist in South America, Africa, and Asia. The competition in these markets creates an environment where an illegal bribe paid to a public official can secure a large contract worth billions. Further, companies that obtain a contract in an emerging markets have a better chance of obtaining future contracts in this market as it market matures. Thus, the benefit of securing a large contract in an emerging market can outweigh the danger of violating the law.
Likewise, companies commonly illegally pay bribes in traditionally corrupt countries such as Russia, India, and China. Though bribes are now illegal in all these countries, the benefit of obtaining a large oil, telecommunications, or pharmaceutical contract can produce great wealth. However, the illegality of these bribes make them a target of bounty actions. These bounty actions pay large financial rewards to whistleblowers who anonymously expose illegal bribes in these countries.
Bounty Action Target Bribes Paid to Government Officials in Many Countries. Bounty Actions Specifically Target Russia, China, India, South America, Africa, Europe, and other Parts of Asia.
Large corporations commonly pay bribes to government officials in several countries. Bounty actions target illegal bribes in Russia, China, Mexico, Brazil, India, West, Middle East, and South America. The DOJ, SEC, and CFTC through Bounty Actions have exposed illegal bribes throughout the world. More specifically, these government agencies offer large bounties to individuals with original knowledge of significant bribes and other corruption.
The SEC and CFTC through bounty actions have detected illegal bribes paid to government officials around the world. The DOJ, SEC, and CFTC have collected billions of millions of dollars from companies who paid illegal bribes. The SEC and CFTC have also paid over $100 million in rewards to whistleblowers. Further, both agencies are actively targeting bribes to Russian, Chinese, Mexican, Brazilian, and Indian government officials.
Illegal Bribes In Several Business Sectors Can Be The Basis of Bounty Actions (Public Works, Telecommunications, Construction, Oil & Gas, Heavy Manufacturing, Mining, Pharmaceutical, and Health Care Industries)
Illegal bribes are paid in several business sectors. The more corrupt business sectors include Public Works, Construction, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceuticals, and Health Care. More specifically, public works contracts for telecommunications, roads, power plants, and hospitals commonly include illegal bribes. Further, any large government contract secured through a bribe can be the basis of a bounty action. Further, a whistleblower who properly exposes a contract bribe in any industry can receive a large reward.
Anonymous SEC and CFTC Bounty Action Information (International Whistleblower Reward Laws)
Corporations that pay illegal kickbacks and bribes to government officials can be brought to justice. These corporations can be made to pay large penalties under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Further, whistleblowers who anonymously help bring these corporations to justice can earn large rewards. These bounty actions whistleblower reward laws detect illegal bribes and regulate the global markets. For more information on SEC and CFTC laws, go to the Securities Exchange Act (SEC Whistleblower Bounty Actions) and the Commodity Exchange Act (CFTC Whisteblower Bounty Actions).
International Whistleblowers can earn millions by anonymously exposing corruption and other illegal conduct. Further, a Whistleblower can earn $30 million by exposing a $100,000.00 bribe use to secure a $100 million contract. In other words, the whistleblower earns 10% to 30% of the money recovered. More specifically, the SEC or CFTC disgorge the benefit of the contract. This penalty makes the company pay the $100 million to the agency. In this situation, the whistleblower reward could be from $10 million to $30 million award.
International Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason S. Coomer Works With International Professionals and Other Lawyers from Around the World
As an International Whistleblower Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer commonly works with International Whistleblowers from around the world. More specifically, he works with international professionals from a variety of business sectors. He also commonly works with other powerful international lawyers to handle large international lawsuits. Further, he handles several different types of whistleblower reward lawsuits including Defense Contractor Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits and Government Contractor Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits. He also handles Whistleblower Reward Lawsuits (Medicare, Medicaid, and Healthcare Fraud), Confidential Financial Analyst Whistleblower Reward Lawsuits, and other whistleblower recovery lawsuits.
If you are the original source with special knowledge of fraud and are interested in learning more about a potential lawsuit please feel free to contact Lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message or use our submission form.