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UK-based oil company Petrofac has said that it has reached a plea agreement with the SFO over its failure to stop bribery in Iraq, Saudi Arabia and the UAE between 2011 and 2017.
24 September 2021
16 July 2021
A London court has ordered the SFO to hand over records of meetings between senior officials, including director Lisa Osofsky, and a private intelligence operative in connection to a bribery probe into Monegasque oil consultancy Unaoil.
01 July 2021
Guernsey’s newly-created financial crime agency, led by a former SFO chief investigator, has its sights set on tackling international criminals seeking to launder funds through the island’s financial system.
29 June 2021
Scottish energy company Wood Group has agreed to pay $177 million in settlements with authorities in the UK, the US and Brazil over foreign bribery.
28 June 2021
Jonathan Taylor says he doesn’t regret his role in exposing alleged worldwide bribery by the Netherlands-based oil services company despite it leading to his almost year-long detention in Croatia.
07 May 2021
The UK’s anti-fraud agency is contesting an employment tribunal decision that it unfairly dismissed Tom Martin, the former case controller previously in charge of the long-running Unaoil bribery investigation.
23 April 2021
The UK’s anti-fraud agency has announced that it has closed an investigation into engineering company KBR, shortly after the Supreme Court blocked its attempt to seize material the business had stored overseas.
18 March 2021
The resolution was announced on the same day that the Aberdeen-based company announced it added $151 million in legal provisions to end bribery probes in the US, the UK, Brazil and Scotland.
16 March 2021
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