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Press Release: PETROBRAS INVESTOR ALERT: $3B Settlement Covers Only US Securities. Majority of International Investors and Losses Not Covered.

European litigation, backed by institutional investors from around the world, seek equal restitution for majority of losses AMSTERDAM–January 8, 2018–Stichting Petrobras Compensation Foundation (SPCF or Foundation). On January 3, 2018, Petrobras announced that in connection with the losses investors suffered from the “Lava Jato” bribery scandal, it had agreed to a USD 2.95 Billion settlement […]

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Announcement of New Chairman

STAMFORD, CT – International Securities Associations and Foundations (ISAF) Management Company is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Robert Frome, Esq. J.D. as Non-Executive Director, and Chairman of the Company’s Board of Directors. Mr. Frome is a founding partner and Counsel at Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP, specializing in corporate and securities law. Mr. Frome […]

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Press Release: International Coalition files Lawsuit in District Court of Rotterdam, The Netherlands, for Damages Caused by Alleged Corruption and Fraud Perpetrated by Petroleo Brasiliero, certain affiliates and its Executives.

Rotterdam, Netherlands (January 24, 2017) An International coalition announced today that a lawsuit was filed in Dutch Court yesterday on behalf of institutional investors who suffered billions of dollars in losses in their investments in Petroleo Brasiliero SA (“Petrobras”). Seeking declaratory relief as a result of the alleged corruption of the company and its executives, […]

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Article: Petrobras settlements show company eager to resolve corruption cases

Petrobras’ decision to settle four lawsuits over corruption allegations signals its willingness to negotiate deals in other civil cases but does not remove the threat of massive government penalties from U.S. and Brazilian investigations, legal experts said. The four settlements with large Petrobras shareholders, approved by the oil company’s board on Friday, represent only a […]

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Article: Petrobras Settles With Pimco, Investors Over Corruption Losses

Brazil’s state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA settled four lawsuits brought by investors including Pacific Investment Management Co. after the nation’s biggest-ever corruption case torpedoed the company’s market value. Petrobras’ board approved agreements with Pimco Total Return Fund, Janus Overseas Fund, Dodge & Cox International Stock Fund and Al Shams Investments, according to a statement […]

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Article: Brazil police arrest former finance minister in Petrobras probe

Brazilian police arrested former Finance Minister Guido Mantega on Thursday as a sweeping corruption investigation struck further at the heart of the Workers Party (PT) that ran the country for 13 years. Police investigators told a news conference they took Mantega, long a confidant of recently impeached former President Dilma Rousseff and an early member […]

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Article: The Petrobras Scandal’s Biggest Target

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the man who remade modern Brazil as its president from 2003 to 2010, has reportedly been charged in the country’s biggest-ever corruption scandal. The development comes two weeks after Dilma Rousseff, his political protege, was removed from office over a separate scandal. Prosecutors allege that Lula, as he is widely […]

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Article: Brazil’s Lula charged as ‘top boss’ of Petrobras graft scheme

Brazilian prosecutors charged ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Wednesday with being the “boss” of a vast corruption scheme at state oil company Petrobras, in a major blow to the leftist hero’s hopes of a political comeback. It was the first time that Lula, still Brazil’s most popular politician despite corruption accusations against him […]

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