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09 January 2018
28 February 2017
A UK information tribunal has rejected a request by Private Eye for information on how the Ministry of Justice approved payments, which the UK magazine alleges were corrupt, on a £2 billion defence contract with the Saudi Arabian National Guard.
12 August 2015
Bloomberg reported on 7 July that it had obtained internal documents from HSBC showing that in 2012 the bank's US managers fought with auditors to "discredit, deny, deflect and delay findings".
08 July 2015
Forty-eight per cent of large business in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) lack anti-corruption and compliance policies, according to a survey on fraud by accountancy firm Ernst & Young.
24 June 2015
Fifa has hired Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan partner William Burck in Washington, DC, to represent it on the US corruption investigation into the world football governing body, according to The American Lawyer.
08 June 2015
Munich prosecutors have confirmed they are investigating the defence arm of aerospace company Airbus for alleged tax evasion and foreign bribery. The company’s premises and the homes of several employees were reportedly raided in October over alleged bribery connected to border security contracts in Romania and Saudi Arabia.
04 December 2014
The SEC has fined two employees of US-based defence contractor Flir Systems US$70,000 to settle charges that they bribed Saudi Arabian government officials.
18 November 2014
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