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Entries in SFO (6)

Thursday
Jun192014

With final two convictions, SFO closes Innospec prosecution

Two former executives of Delaware-based Innospec were found guilty Wednesday in London of bribing Indonesian officials to buy the company's gasoline additive.

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Monday
Jun162014

UK authorizes SFO to prosecute Alstom and execs

The UK's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is pursuing its investigation of alleged corruption at Paris-based Alstom now that the Attorney General has given the agency permission to prosecute the company and former employees for alleged overseas bribery, if deemed appropriate.

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Tuesday
Jun102014

UK convicts nine in $117 million boiler room scam

An Australian ringleader and his British co-conspirators have been found guilty of defrauding investors of more than $117 million in the UK's biggest boiler-room prosecution, the Serious Fraud Office said.

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Thursday
Feb062014

The International Anti-Corruption Academy, Part IV

In addition to the IACA's two-year masters program and its 10-day Summer Academy, IACA offers a series of more specific programs tailored to specialized audiences.

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Tuesday
Jan142014

Resource: Hughes Hubbard Winter 2013 Alert 

Hughes Hubbard's FCPA/Anti-Bribery 2013 Alert is a 432-page report covering an expansive list of corruption enforcement, including FCPA and related actions in 2013, plus a retrospective of the major FCPA cases since 2005.

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Tuesday
Nov192013

Did the SFO use U.K. press laws to muzzle reports?

The U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) obtained an order from a British judge last month forbidding the Wall Street Journal from printing the names of dozens of individuals who are expected to be named as co-conspirators in the SFO’s investigation of the London interbank offer rate (LIBOR).

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