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An informer is the owner of a company that paid bribes in Ecuador – Ecuador Times

Date: Apr 26, 2017

The Ecuadorian Prosecutor’s Office identified the Klienfeld Consulting Corp as the company responsible for transferring bribes paid by the Odebrecht. This offshore company, based in Panama and represented by Mossack Fonseca, is owned by RicardoTrombeta, one of the informers of the Lava Jato case. But bribes paid to Latin American officials were also made through two other offshore companies based in Antigua and Barbuda. These companies are Constructora Internacional del Sur and Consorcio Iirsa Norte. Those names appear in the file opened by the Paraná Prosecutor’s Office (Brazil) after the Lava Jato operation. 77 executives of Odebrecht are investigated in that city. Read more>>