Two brothers who own Koch Industries are prominent financial backers of groups that believe that excessive regulation is sapping the competitiveness of American business. In May , a unit of Koch Industries sent its newly hired compliance officer and ethics manager to investigate the management of a subsidiary in France. In less than a week, she discovered that the company had paid bribes to win contracts. She immediately notified her supervisors in the U. A week later, Koch Industries dispatched an investigative team to look into her findings, Bloomberg Markets magazine reports in its November issue. The letter was made public in a civil court ruling in France in September ; the document has never before been reported by the media.
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Jump to navigation. Charles and David Koch have received positive press for backing a bipartisan effort to reform American criminal justice laws, which have helped make the U. But, as the Kochs ride the wave of momentum toward criminal justice reform, it is becoming increasingly clear that part of their agenda would actually make it harder to prosecute corporate violations of environmental and financial laws that protect the public from corporate wrongdoing. The changes would make it harder to hold executives and their employees responsible for violating U. Over at least the past five years, the Kochs and Koch-backed groups like the American Legislative Exchange Council ALEC have been pushing to increase the "intent" standard for criminal violations, particularly for so-called "white collar" crime and executive suite criminals.
Please select your state so that we can show you the most relevant content. Mark Holden serves as senior vice president of Koch Industries, Inc. In addition, he serves as senior vice president of Stand Together, board member of Americans for Prosperity and Chairman of the Board of Americans for Prosperity Foundation, and is a long-time advocate for criminal justice reform. Holden began his career with Koch Industries in as a litigation attorney, and was vice president and general counsel for litigation and compliance where he worked with the various Koch companies on a variety of litigation, regulatory, compliance, and commercial issues.