Topic: Enforcement policy

Dutch prosecutors open record number of money laundering probes

Prosecutors in the Netherlands seized €368 million in illicit proceeds in 2021 and carried out over 1,000 more money laundering investigations than the previous year.

01 March 2022

SRA investigating Post Office lawyers over wrongful prosecutions

22 February 2022

UK to compensate Nigerian people from Amec Foster Wheeler DPA funds

The UK has reached an agreement with the Nigerian government to return £210,000 that the Serious Fraud Office obtained in a recent corruption settlement with oilfield services company Amec Foster Wheeler.

21 February 2022

Austrac raises compliance concerns at Bell Financial Group

17 February 2022

Ericsson reveals “corruption-related misconduct” in Iraq

The Swedish telecoms company disclosed the results of a 2019 internal investigation into its business practices in Iraq ahead of planned media coverage on the subject.

16 February 2022

Morgan Lewis recruits SEC’s former acting deputy enforcement director

Kelly Gibson, who also led the agency’s ESG task force, said the SEC already has “the tools in its toolbox” to bring greenwashing cases.

14 February 2022

SEC wants to roll back power to limit whistleblower payouts

11 February 2022

German court quashes search warrants tied to SAR probe

11 February 2022

Opposition MP says SFO review won’t fix “hopeless” anti-fraud record

10 February 2022

Politicians grill SFO director over Serco collapse

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

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