Embraer paid $800,000 in 2008 under another fake agency deal to extract a senior official of Mozambican state-owned trading company Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique S.A. (LAM). The company bought two planes from Embraer for $65 million. 7 Press release, Dep`t of Justice, Embraer agrees to pay more than $107 million to quash foreign corrupt practices act charges (24. www.justice.gov/opa/pr/embraer-agrees-pay-more-107-million-resolve-foreign-corrupt-practices-act-charges (go back) Under a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (“DPA”) with the DOJ, Embraer agreed to pay a fine of $107,285,090, its corporate compliance program improve and stop an independent compliance monitor for at least three years. [1] Regardless of this, Embraer agreed to an injunction with the SEC, which required it to cancel the profits and interest of prejudice in the amount of USD 98,248,291. [2] Embraer can obtain up to $20 million in U.S. loans against the SEC`s comparison for amounts deducted from Brazilian authorities; In a separate press release, Embraer said it had agreed to prevail over about $18.2 million to Brazilian authorities in order to settle possible claims for violations of Brazilian law. [3] Embraer S.A.

(ERJ) (“Embraer” or “Company”) informs its shareholders and the market that Embraer and the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) established the Company`s essential facts on May 19, 2015, July 29, 2016, October 12, 2016 and 24. On October 27, 2016, they agreed to extend for an additional ninety days (90) days (“extension”) the duration of the external and independent monitoring implemented under the Deferred Prosecution Agreement with the DOJ (“DPA”). so that the monitor can complete its check. As a result of this extension, the duration of the CCA is also extended by an additional ninety (90) days. In the Dominican Republic, Embraer paid a commission of $US 3.52 million to a Colonel in the Dominican Republic Air Force at the time, in connection with his assistance in approving the Dominican Senate for the Air Force`s request to purchase military aircraft from Embraer for $US 96.4 million. Embraer was aware that the colonel had spoken of “profit sharing” with a Dominican senator. Embraer agreed to pay a commission requested by the Colonel and, once the sale was approved, he made an initial payment of US$100,000 to the Colonel through a corporate coat unit.

After the first payment and in response to increasing pressure from the colonel, Embraer ensured that the remaining payments were made through a fictitious consulting contract that was allegedly entered into as part of the promotion of the sale of Embraer aircraft in Jordan. The deal required Embraer to pay a down payment of $3.42 million (the same amount owed to the colonel) that Embraer recorded as a sales commission on its books, although Embraer never sold an aircraft in Jordan and the consultant never provided legitimate services related to the sale of aircraft to the Dominican Air Force. The DOJ`s agreement on deferred lawsuits (pdf) was also filed in Federal Court on Monday. 3 Press release, Embraer, S.A., Embraer announces the solution of the case with the US and Brazilian authorities (Oct. . . .