Four charged in Nigerian corruption investigation17th Rhag 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
Paul Jacobs, Bharat Sodha, Nidhi Vyas & Trevor Bruce were charged with conspiracy to corrupt in relation to the tax affairs of a Swift Group company.
Weavering Hedge Fund: criminal charges14th Rhag 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
Ulf Magnus Peterson, the founding director of Weavering Capital (UK) Limited, was charged with six offences in relation to an investment fraud.
LIBOR: three arrested11th Rhag 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
Today the Serious Fraud Office executed search warrants in connection with the investigation into the manipulation of LIBOR.
Stockbroker jailed for “Ponzi” fraud5th Tach 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
Former stockbroker, Nicholas Levene, was sentenced to 13 years after pleading guilty to fraud, false accounting and obtaining a money transfer by deception.
Asil Nadir ordered to pay £5 million2nd Tach 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
Asil Nadir was ordered to pay £5 million compensation to Polly Peck International Plc in respect of losses suffered by the company.
Serious Fraud Office 2011-12 accounts1st Tach 2012 | Datganiadau
The National Audit Office has today published the report on the 2011-12 accounts of the SFO, in respect to the redundancy terms of Phillippa Williamson.
Kaupthing Bank15th Hyd 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
The Director of the Serious Fraud Office has discontinued the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the collapse of Icelandic bank Kaupthing hf
Revised policies9th Hyd 2012 | Datganiadau
The Serious Fraud Office has revised its policies on facilitation payments, business expenditure (hospitality) and corporate self-reporting.
Firearms merchant jailed for “Ponzi” style fraud17th Medi 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
Andrew Litt, former director of D J Litt (Firearms) Limited, was sentenced after pleading guilty to fraudulent trading in relation to a “Ponzi” style fraud.
Cambridge Symposium 20123rd Medi 2012 | Areithiau
David Green CB QC, Director, at the Cambridge International Symposium, Jesus College, Cambridge.
Three jailed for £10 million fraud on Majorca ex-pats31st Awst 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
John Hirst, Richard Pollet and Linda Hirst were sentenced to up to nine years’ in prison, for their roles in an investment fraud relating to Giller Inc.
Asil Nadir sentenced23rd Awst 2012 | Eitemau newyddion
Asil Nadir has been sentenced to ten years’ imprisonment. This follows his conviction this week of the theft of nearly £29m from Polly Peck International.