Three individuals acquitted as SFO confirms DPA with Güralp Systems Ltd20th Rhag 2019 | Case Updates
Cansun Güralp, Andrew Bell and Natalie Pearce were today acquitted of conspiracy to make corrupt payments in relation to payments made to a South Korean public official between 2002 and 2015 as the SFO confirms a Deferred Prosecution Agreement with Güralp Systems Ltd.
SFO charges former Serco directors with fraud16th Rhag 2019 | Case Updates
The Serious Fraud Office has charged two individuals with fraud and false accounting in relation to its investigation into Serco’s electronic monitoring contract with the Ministry of Justice.
SFO confirms investigation into suspected bribery at Glencore group of companies5th Rhag 2019 | Case Updates
Following the announcement by Glencore PLC, the SFO confirms it is investigating suspicions of bribery in the conduct of business by the Glencore group of companies, its officials, employees, agents and associated persons.
Solar panel fraudsters ordered to pay £413,206.10 compensation to victims27th Tach 2019 | Case Updates
Two men who scammed millions of pounds from 760 vulnerable victims in a fraudulent solar panel scheme have today been ordered to pay confiscation totalling £413,206.10.
Court orders Alstom Network UK Ltd to pay £16.4 million25th Tach 2019 | Case Updates
Alstom Network UK Ltd has today been ordered to pay a total of £16.4 million for conspiracy to corrupt relating to a contract to supply trams in Tunisia. This sentence comprises £15 million in fines and £1.4 million in costs.
Ponzi fraudster’s assets confiscated31st Hyd 2019 | Case Updates
The SFO has today confiscated the realisable assets of Nicholas Levene, the former City trader who was found guilty of fraud in 2012. When Levene was handed a confiscation order in March 2013, due to bankruptcy proceedings, his available realisable assets totalled £1. Today, the SFO has confiscated approximately £118,000 of Levene’s assets.
SFO concludes investigation into LIBOR manipulation18th Hyd 2019 | Case Updates
The Serious Fraud Office today announced the closure of its investigation into LIBOR manipulation. Following a thorough investigation and a detailed review of the available evidence, there will be no further charges brought in this case.
Serial “Phoenix” fraudster jailed for over 9 years after 15 years on the run18th Medi 2019 | Case Updates
Christopher Woodhead’s decade and a half on the run has ended, following an enforcement hearing at Leeds Magistrates’ Court today.
Saunders Electrical fraudsters ordered to pay over £7million10th Medi 2019 | Case Updates
Jolan Saunders and Michael Strubel, former company executives at Saunders Electrical Wholesalers Ltd, have this week been ordered to pay confiscation orders totalling £7,393,663.33.
Currency fraudster Peter Chapman ordered to pay £441,944.385th Medi 2019 | Case Updates
Peter Chapman, a former manager of polymer banknote manufacturer Securency PTY Ltd, was today ordered to pay a confiscation order of £441,944.38.
Sara Lawson QC speaking at Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime 20193rd Medi 2019 | Areithiau
Sara Lawson QC, General Counsel of the Serious Fraud Office, speaking at the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime 2019
Lisa Osofsky speaking at Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime 20192nd Medi 2019 | Areithiau
Lisa Osofsky, Director of the Serious Fraud Office speaking at the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime 2019