Work Area: Investigations

Swedish prosecutors may challenge Swedbank ex-CEO’s acquittal

25 January 2023

Three executives acquitted in SFO office refurbishment bribery case

A London court has found three former directors at office outfitting company Bluu Solutions not guilty of participating in an alleged bribery scheme.

24 January 2023

EPPO raids Latvian university in fraud investigation

24 January 2023

European authorities arrest Bitzlato management

23 January 2023

SFO targets assets of alleged Sarclad middleman

The Serious Fraud Office is looking to seize a UK property linked to a Chinese sales agent accused of helping UK metals company Sarclad win overseas contracts through bribery.

20 January 2023

UK banknote printer “implicated” in Indian probe into ex-finance minister

20 January 2023

French prosecutors try to build trust with corporate defendants

Lawyers said France’s latest corporate settlement guidelines reassure companies about the benefits of self-reporting misconduct to prosecutors.

19 January 2023

German prosecutors raid Norton Rose Fulbright

18 January 2023

Parchment, shillings and the Julian calendar: inside an investigation into historic slavery links

Grant Thornton director Tristan Yelland recently sat down with GIR to recount the most interesting assignment of his career so far: investigating historic links between transatlantic slavery and the endowment fund that helps pay the Church of England’s expenses.

18 January 2023

FRC investigates audit of Russian fintech’s holding company

18 January 2023

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