There are a lot of if's in your question as you are describing a general situation. The crime that you are describing is,
In general, extortion. But if it actually turned out that say some of the directors of the company had an agreement with the politicians, then that would also be understood as conspiracy.
Moreover, the actual crime needs to be taken into account.
For example, if the crime was money laundering or forced labour then these crimes would be charged under these indictments.
Take for instance the recent uncovering of a torture chamber by the Norwegian police after breaking into an organised federation of criminal organisations operating secretly via EncroChat. This crime would be indicted under
Section 102 of Norway's Penal Code:Crimes against humanity.
Any person is liable for punishment for crimes against humanity who as part of a broad or systematic attack on a civilian population...
e) imprisons or in some other serious manner deprives a person of liberty contrary to the fundamental rules of international law
[and] f) tortures a person in his/her custody or control by causing serious physical or mental pain.