Och-Ziff Capital Management Corporation and one of its subsidiaries agreed to pay total penalties of approximately $412 million to resolve criminal charges brought by the US Department of Justice and civil charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission related to its alleged bribery of government officials in various African countries in order to make investments at favorable terms and to obtain and retain investments from one sovereign wealth fund. Daniel Och, Och-Ziff’s chief executive officer, and Joel Frank, its chief financial officer, also agreed to resolve related SEC charges brought against them personally. Mr. Och agreed to pay a penalty in excess of $2.1 million, while Mr. Frank’s penalty will be determined later. Separately, Anheuser-Busch InBev, the purveyors of Budweiser – the advertised “King of Beers” – agreed to pay penalties totaling US $6 million to the SEC for alleged improper payments to government officials in India as well as its entry into a separation agreement with an employee that prevented the individual from communicating to the SEC about his bribery concerns.