Topic: Enforcement

Rolls-Royce settles Brazilian bribery case

UK engineering company Rolls-Royce has reached a $27.8 million settlement with two Brazilian authorities over allegations it bribed public officials in the country.

27 October 2021

DOJ official: “The top priority really is individuals”

Nicholas McQuaid, a senior Criminal Division official, said that prosecuting individuals allegedly involved in white-collar crime is the top priority.

27 October 2021

Fiat Chrysler nears US criminal settlement over emissions cheating claims

27 October 2021

Trial of former Nissan executive wraps up in Japan

27 October 2021

Settlement negotiations break down in CFTC spoofing case

A federal court in Chicago has ruled that the US commodity regulator’s civil case against former Deutsche Bank trader James Vorley can proceed after settlement negotiations broke down.

25 October 2021

G4S individuals’ trial delayed by a year

A London court has postponed the fraud trial of three former executives at outsourcing company G4S who are accused of defrauding the Ministry of Justice.

21 October 2021

SFO accused of withholding evidence in Unaoil trial

A former Unaoil executive’s legal team has argued in a London court that the Serious Fraud Office concealed details of its role in an alleged scheme to hand the bulk of a major corruption case to US authorities.

20 October 2021

FCA details “extremely serious” Credit Suisse compliance failings

The Swiss bank ignored internal warnings that a so-called “master of the kickbacks” was involved in a lucrative fundraising project in Mozambique.

20 October 2021

UK politician questions FCA over NatWest prosecution

20 October 2021

Review body delays Tom Hayes decision again

19 October 2021

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