Topic: Accounting fraud

CFTC fines trader for mismarking Libor figures

07 September 2022

TP ICAP has spent £2 million so far on two German cum-ex investigations

10 August 2022

Irish lawyers question potential of new corporate watchdog

Local practitioners say that the launch of a new white-collar crime agency is a step in the right direction but that the agency needs additional powers to strengthen its bite.

05 August 2022

German tax office asks Investec questions of cum-ex scandal involvement

20 May 2022

Criminal convictions overturned in Monte dei Paschi fraud trial

A Milan appeal court has acquitted former executives at Deutsche Bank, Nomura International and Monte dei Paschi di Siena who were accused of helping the Italian lender hide its shaky financial position in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.

10 May 2022

FRC opens more investigations into GFG Alliance auditors

04 May 2022

UK accounting watchdog probes Deloitte over transport company audits

As its auditor faces regulatory scrutiny, transport network operator Go-Ahead said the UK’s Serious Fraud Office is “aware” of fraud allegations against the company.

12 April 2022

Rio Tinto fined in Australia

The country’s corporate watchdog has fined Anglo-Australian mining company Rio Tinto $750,000 for failing to disclose material information about the value of a Mozambique mining project.

07 March 2022

Swiss chemicals company investigates accounting claims in whistleblower reports

14 February 2022

Former Baker Botts partner joins Foley Hoag

Lynn Neils said she hopes to expand Foley Hoag’s New York office, build a strong white-collar practice and bring in diverse clients.

18 November 2021

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