Former Alstom Power Global Sales Director sentenced to 4.5 years for corruption21st Rhag 2018 | Eitemau newyddion
Today, Nicholas Reynolds received 4 years and 6 months imprisonment for his part in a conspiracy to bribe officials in Lithuania’s Elektrenai power station and senior Lithuanian politicians in order to win two contracts worth €240 million.
Further charge against individual in SFO’s Unaoil investigation21st Rhag 2018 | Case Updates
The Serious Fraud Office has further charged Stephen Whiteley with conspiracy to make corrupt payments in relation to the SFO’s Unaoil investigation.
Confiscation order reached in EURIBOR manipulation case20th Rhag 2018 | Case Updates
Today, Phillippe Moryoussef, 50, was ordered in absentia by the court to pay a confiscation order of £77,354.26 within 3 months or face a further custodial sentence of 3 years.
Five convictions in SFO’s Alstom investigation into bribery & corruption to secure €325 million of contracts19th Rhag 2018 | Eitemau newyddion
Nicholas Reynolds was found guilty of conspiracy to corrupt today at Blackfriars Crown Court following an extensive investigation and prosecution brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
Compliance order imposed on Graham Marchment18th Rhag 2018 | Case Updates
On 17 December 2018, HHJ Taylor QC imposed a compliance order preventing Graham Marchment from leaving the United Kingdom until he has paid his confiscation order in full.
£1.4 million in confiscation orders reached in fibre-optic fraud case7th Rhag 2018 | Eitemau newyddion
Yesterday, Stephen Dartnell was ordered by the court to pay more than £450,000 in confiscation within 3 months or face a further 4 years in prison for his part in a fibre optic fraud and bribery scheme targeted at KBC Lease (UK) Ltd and Barclays Bank.
‘No case to answer’ ruling in case against former Tesco executives6th Rhag 2018 | Eitemau newyddion
Mr Justice John Royce has ruled that Christopher Bush and John Scouler have no case to answer over alleged financial misreporting that saw Tesco overstate its profits by more than £250m in 2014.
Keynote address at the FCPA Conference, Washington DC4th Rhag 2018 | Areithiau
Director Lisa Osofsky speaking at the 35th International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in Washington DC on 28th November 2018.
UK’s first Deferred Prosecution Agreement, between the SFO and Standard Bank, successfully ends30th Tach 2018 | Eitemau newyddion
Today the Serious Fraud Office announced the end of the UK’s first Deferred Prosecution Agreement, confirming that Standard Bank PLC (now known as ICBC Standard Bank PLC) had fully complied with its terms.
9 convicted in £16m and $21m FH Bertling bribery cases27th Tach 2018 | Eitemau newyddion
Stephen Emler and Giuseppe Morreale pleaded guilty for their part in a corrupt scheme to secure a ConocoPhillips freight forwarding contract, eventually worth over £16m, for FH Bertling as part of the ‘Jasmine’ North Sea oil exploration project.
Current priorities and future directions21st Tach 2018 | Areithiau
Matthew Wagstaff, Joint Head of Bribery & Corruption, speaking at The Lawyer’s Managing Risk and Litigation 2018 Conference.
Engage now or hide behind smoke and mirrors at your peril9th Tach 2018 | Areithiau
Hannah von Dadelszen, Joint Head of Fraud, at the Pinsent Masons Business Crime and Compliance conference, London.