Man convicted as part of foreign bribery investigation

Posted on September 24, 2020

In August 2020, following an Australian Federal Police (AFP) investigation into foreign bribery in Nauru involving an Australian-based company, the AFP issued a media release reporting that a 46-year-old Sydney man had been sentenced to a custodial sentence of two years and six months.

Operation Regatta commenced in 2015 to investigate allegations the director of Sydney-based company Radiance International Pty Ltd, and its related group of companies, conspired to pay bribes to foreign public officials in Nauru.

In the course of the investigation officers uncovered the payment of more than $100,000 worth of bribes.

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