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A. Jack Stanley

AKA Albert Jackson Stanley

Born: c. 1943

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Business

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: CEO of Kellogg, Brown & Root, 1998-2001

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced today that it charged former KBR executive Albert Jackson Stanley with violating the anti-bribery provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and related provisions of the federal securities laws. [...]

The Commission alleges that beginning as early as 1994, Stanley and other members of the joint venture determined that it was necessary to pay bribes to individuals within the Nigerian government in order to obtain contracts to build liquefied natural gas facilities (LNG Trains) in Bonny Island, Nigeria. Stanley and others met with high-ranking Nigerian government officials and their representatives on at least four occasions to arrange the bribe payments. To conceal the illicit payments, Stanley and others approved entering into sham contracts with two "agents" to funnel money to the Nigerian officials. Thereafter, as the joint venture was paid for its work building the LNG Trains, the joint venture paid the agents over $180 million. In turn, substantial payments were made to various Nigerian government officials.

    Kellogg, Brown and Root CEO (1998-2001)
    Dresser Industries VP Operations and CEO, M. W. Kellogg (1996-98)
    Dresser Industries President and COO, M. W. Kellogg (1995-96)
    Dresser Industries EVP, M. W. Kellogg (1991-95)
    Dresser Industries (1988-91)
    M. W. Kellogg (1975-88)
    Member of the Board of Kellogg, Brown and Root (as Chairman, 2001-03)
    Bribery indicted 2008, pled guilty
    Risk Factors: Alcoholism


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