Region: Europe

Swedish prosecutor: media reports contributed to new Ericsson probe

The Swedish prosecutor leading a new investigation into allegations of bribery in Iraq by telecoms company Ericsson told GIR his primary focus is determining the culpability of individuals.

25 April 2022

FCA: challenger banks at higher risk of facilitating financial crime

22 April 2022

French authorities issue arrest warrant for Carlos Ghosn

22 April 2022

UK official’s comment hints at disagreement over disclosure rules for fraud cases

The official’s comments appear to suggest a disconnect between the views of the Attorney General’s Office and the Serious Fraud Office, which is pushing for a change in the rules governing disclosure obligations in criminal cases.

22 April 2022

Sweden opens new Ericsson probe over Iraq bribery claims

21 April 2022

Dutch authorities appeal against privilege ruling

The Netherlands’ state prosecution service is appealing against a part of a recent privilege decision that requires the agency to ask email service providers to filter out confidential communications before they respond to authority information requests.

21 April 2022

FCA obtains £2m forfeiture from fintech company

21 April 2022

Swiss prosecutors open war crimes case over looted diesel shipments

Federal prosecutors in Switzerland are investigating “unknown persons” for the war crime of pillaging after receiving a complaint from an NGO.

20 April 2022

BaFin places Turkish bank under close supervision

20 April 2022

Wood Group reveals foreign bribery investigation legal fees

20 April 2022

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