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Swedish prosecutors have charged the chairman and director of Swedish oil company Lundin Energy with being complicit in military attacks on Sudanese civilians.
11 November 2021
A London court has ordered Stephen Whiteley, a former Iraq territory manager at Monaco energy consultancy Unaoil, to forfeit illicit gains totalling £96,000 following his 2020 bribery conviction.
03 November 2021
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
18 October 2021
Former SBM Offshore lawyer Jonathan Taylor voluntarily travelled to Monaco on Monday to speak with a public prosecutor, months after he successfully avoided extradition to the principality.
13 October 2021
UK oil services company Petrofac has admitted to failing to prevent its agents and employees from paying bribes to win contracts worth billions of dollars throughout the Middle East. GIR takes a deep dive into the bribery schemes and compliance failures that led to the guilty plea.
05 October 2021
A London court has ordered oil services company Petrofac to pay £77 million after the company admitted seven counts of failing to prevent bribery between 2011 and 2017.
04 October 2021
The two OFAC enforcement actions against separate Schlumberger subsidiaries add to a list of sanctions problems that the company has experienced in recent years.
28 September 2021
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