Region: Nigeria

UK to compensate Nigerian people from Amec Foster Wheeler DPA funds

The UK has reached an agreement with the Nigerian government to return £210,000 that the Serious Fraud Office obtained in a recent corruption settlement with oilfield services company Amec Foster Wheeler.

21 February 2022

Foster Wheeler statement of facts details uncovered corruption schemes

Swiss engineering company Foster Wheeler chose not to alert law enforcement agencies despite three separate internal investigations uncovering suspected bribery in Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.

07 February 2022

UK court orders release of Wood Group bribery case details

04 February 2022

Nigeria's financial crime agency recovered $750 million in 2021

04 February 2022

Ireland returns €5.4 million in seized funds to Nigeria

14 September 2021

African Development Bank debars Nigerian engineering company for fraud

17 August 2021

Italian prosecutors appeal against Shell and Eni corruption acquittals

29 July 2021

Wood Group settlement reignites overseas victim compensation debate

The Serious Fraud Office’s recent bribery settlement with engineering company Wood Group over historic conduct by Amec Foster Wheeler is only the second time the agency has included compensation for a foreign country within a deferred prosecution agreement.

19 July 2021

Nigerian government confirms return of looted funds

19 May 2021

Lagos sets up anti-corruption commission

The state of Lagos, the home of Nigeria’s financial centre, has established an investigative body to root out corruption among public officials.

20 April 2021

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