Michael Campana, a construction manager for a global financial firm, pled guilty to charges of evading taxes on more than $350,000 in bribes he received from building sub-contractors. The bribes included payments of more than $75,000 to cover expenses associated with Campana’s wedding. Campana is scheduled to be sentenced on March 6, 2020. Thereafter, he also faces sentencing in New York State court on money laundering charges for his participation in the bribery scheme.
Between 2013 and 2017, Campana was a construction manager for a global financial firm engaged in various building projects in New York City and elsewhere. He and others participated in a scheme to obtain bribes from construction sub-contractors, who paid bribes in exchange for being awarded various construction contracts and sub-contracts. In all, Campana received bribes in excess of $350,000 between 2014 and 2017.
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