Region: Hungary

Hungary tops EU fraud investigation list

04 September 2019

OECD calls for Hungary to enforce bribery laws

02 August 2019

Hungarian police joins Europol to tackle money laundering

22 January 2019

Former Alstom Power executive found guilty of corruption following retrial

The conviction means all the results of the SFO’s prosecution of Alstom’s subsidiaries Alstom Network UK and Alstom Power and several former executives can now be reported.

19 December 2018

Croatian court orders detention of MOL CEO

04 December 2018

Croatian case to clarify EAW double jeopardy rules

A case being reviewed by Europe’s top court will bring much-needed clarification on how double jeopardy rules apply to individuals subject to European Arrest Warrants.

13 March 2018

More countries sign OECD tax transparency agreement

27 January 2017

Budapest’s €1.7 billion train line under fraud investigation

Hungary’s Central Chief Prosecution Office of Investigation will investigate whether EU funds were misused during the construction of Budapest’s M4 train line, following an investigation by the EU’s anti-fraud office, OLAF.

24 January 2017

SFO charges seventh individual in Alstom probe

29 March 2016

Hungarian oil executive escapes German bribery arrest on double jeopardy grounds

Croatia’s main anti-corruption enforcer has questioned Austria and Germany’s decision to ignore a European arrest warrant against the chairman of Hungary’s state-energy company MOL, who is accused of paying millions of euros in bribes.

05 November 2015

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