Breaches of corruption laws. For example, situations in which business partners, employees, managers, public officials or office holders are offered, promised or provided with personal, economic or other benefits in relation to a transaction and/or official acts, equivalent benefits are accepted or requested by such persons or such corrupt actions are carried out via third parties.
Breaches of antitrust laws or free competition. For example, price-fixing, market or customer allocation, bid-rigging, exchange of sensitive commercial information, resale price maintenance and abuse of a dominant market position.
Breaches of criminal laws for the protection of corporate assets, including intellectual property, against destruction, loss, damage or misuse. For example, theft, embezzlement, fraud and abuse of trust.