Work Area: Corporate governance

Acquitted Bluu Solutions executive asks to be left out of DPA judgment

A former director at office outfitting company Bluu Solutions who was acquitted of bribery charges has asked for his name to be anonymised in the court judgment approving the company’s deferred prosecution agreement.

27 November 2023

Expansion of intelligence powers to boost SFO’s future fraud enquiries

The Serious Fraud Office’s increased capabilities to compel evidence for all investigations will reinvigorate its actions in the fraud space and also bode well for the agency’s need to speed up cases, lawyers say.

21 November 2023

NMC Health avoids FCA fine for not disclosing $4 billion debts

The FCA said NMC Health’s market abuse merited a “substantial” penalty but declined to issue a fine because of the company’s financial position.

17 November 2023

Latham adds white-collar partner in London

Pamela Reddy, a criminal practitioner with nearly three decades of experience representing companies and individuals, will soon leave Norton Rose’s London offices to join Latham & Watkins.

16 November 2023

Indian solar power company self-discloses improper payments

Former executives of Azure Power were involved in a scheme to make improper payments, and certain former board members may have been aware of it, according to a recent audit by BDO.

13 November 2023

French banks, insurers face criminal complaint over deforestation-linked investments

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A French anti-corruption organisation has reported four financial institutions to France’s National Financial Prosecutor for alleged money laundering offences over their investments in the world’s largest beef companies.

09 November 2023

São Paulo stock exchange fines Americanas directors

09 November 2023

FTX founder convicted on fraud charges

03 November 2023

UK appeals court to hear NCA supply chain-linked case

Featured in Investigator's Guide to the UK

A London appeal court is set to hear arguments about the level of suspicion the National Crime Agency needs to have about human rights abuses in a company’s supply chain to open a money laundering investigation.

02 November 2023

Swiss prosecutors end probe into undocumented Fifa meetings

Featured in Investigator’s Guide to Switzerland

Swiss prosecutors have closed an investigation into Fifa president Gianni Infantino, former attorney general Michael Lauber and five other people over off-diary meetings they attended while the football organisation was being investigated for bribery.

26 October 2023

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