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Ionawr 2016

  • LIBOR defendants acquitted (update)

    29th Ion 2016 | Eitemau newyddion

    A sixth defendant has been found not guilty of conspiracy to defraud in connection with the SFO’s ongoing criminal investigation into the manipulation of LIBOR by a jury at Southwark Crown Court. Five individuals were found not guilty of conspiracy to defraud by a jury at Southwark Crown Court on 27 January 2016. Colin John Goodman, […]

  • Landmark High Court win for the SFO

    28th Ion 2016 | Eitemau newyddion

    The High Court yesterday ruled in favour of the SFO over the way it handles the identification of material potentially subject to Legal Professional Privilege (LPP).

  • LIBOR defendants acquitted

    27th Ion 2016 | Eitemau newyddion

    Five individuals have been found not guilty of conspiracy to defraud in connection with the SFO’s ongoing criminal investigation into the manipulation of LIBOR by a jury at Southwark Crown Court today.

  • New SFO website

    27th Ion 2016 | Eitemau newyddion

    The SFO has replaced its website, both to update the platform and to better reflect the current organisation.

  • Convicted printing company sentenced and ordered to pay £2.2 million

    8th Ion 2016 | Eitemau newyddion

    UK printing company Smith and Ouzman Ltd, convicted of making corrupt payments, was today ordered to pay a total of £2.2 million in a sentencing hearing at Southwark Crown Court.