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A former SBM Offshore executive, who is accused of bribery offences, told a London court that he had little authority to make significant decisions at the Dutch oil company.
13 March 2020
Prosecutors have said a former Unaoil executive had an “odd” hotel bedroom meeting with an Iraqi official that he stands accused of conspiring to bribe.
11 March 2020
Former Unaoil and SBM Offshore executives corrupted a competitive tender process for $800 million in contracts that were part of an effort to resurrect Iraq’s oil industry, a prosecutor has said.
23 January 2020
Monaco-based oil consultancy Unaoil’s former partner in Iraq has pleaded guilty to five offences of conspiracy to give corrupt payments in connection with an SFO investigation.
19 July 2019
British oil firm Petrofac said in its annual report it stands by earlier disclosures to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) after an internal audit found no further cause for concern.
02 April 2019
A former executive of British oil firm Petrofac has pleaded guilty to bribery related to payments the company made to secure over $4 billion in contracts.
07 February 2019
Companies should have no confidence that the principle of double jeopardy will protect them against prosecution in France when they have been sanctioned for the same misconduct outside of Europe, lawyers said in light of a recent decision.
20 April 2018
US army veterans are suing five pharmaceutical companies for allegedly bribing Iraqi officials who then passed on the money to a terrorist organisation that carried out attacks on the plaintiff soldiers.
19 October 2017
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