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Another former Iraq territory manager at the controversial Monaco consultancy wants his conviction thrown out over the SFO’s failure to disclose its contact with a non-legal “fixer”.
07 June 2022
Swiss prosecutors have closed an 11-year-long investigation into ousted president Hosni Mubarak’s “entourage” after seizing just $34 million of almost $650 million in frozen funds.
14 April 2022
Experts are concerned by the anonymous HMRC settlement. “The fact it’s such a high figure indicates two things: One, it’s pretty damn serious. Two, if it had gone to a criminal trial the fine could have been a lot more,” said one former prosecutor.
08 April 2022
30 March 2022
A London appeal court has quashed the conviction of ex-SBM Offshore sales manager Paul Bond over the same disclosure failures that saw a former colleague’s conviction thrown out some three months earlier.
24 March 2022
The head of the UK's Serious Fraud Office said she may apply to extend her time in charge of the agency during a parliamentary hearing where she was questioned about the collapse of two high-profile cases.
09 February 2022
A retired UK high court judge is set to lead a review into the Serious Fraud Office’s handling of the Unaoil case.
09 February 2022
27 January 2022
A UK court has given the home secretary 48 hours to decide whether to approve businessman Mike Lynch’s extradition to the US to face charges he inflated the value of his business prior to its 2011 sale to Hewlett-Packard.
26 January 2022
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