United Kingdom: Glencore finds facts that ‘may be relevant’ to corruption probes

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Glencore has identified facts that “may be relevant” to the probes facing the company and shared them with regulators, according to the company’s auditor Deloitte.

The Swiss-based miner and commodity trader is being investigated for suspected corruption and bribery by agencies in the UK, US and Brazil.

In the audit overview of its annual report, published on Thursday, Deloitte said Glencore had “identified facts that may be relevant” to the investigations and shared them “with the relevant authorities”.

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