A victim is a person, organisation, or Government who has suffered direct financial loss from the most serious and complex fraud, or corruption.
If you are a victim of the most serious or complex fraud or corruption we would like to help you. We aim to deliver justice for victims and to support you as much as possible throughout the process.
Take a look through these pages for useful information and answer's to some of your most commonly asked questions about fraud and corruption.
Whether you are reporting a serious and complex fraud, or corruption, for the first time or have been identified as a victim in one of our existing investigations or are seeking information on how to avoid becoming a victim of a fraud, we will aim to help:
- SFO commitment to victims
- Is it fraud? Ways to recognise it
- Can I report a fraud or corruption to the SFO?
- What happens after I report a fraud or corruption to the SFO?
- Do you know of any other victims?
- What if the SFO cannot help?
- Our commitment to you
- Current cases
For information for organisations that are victims of complex fraud and corruption please see our Corporate section.