Kaupthing: Judicial review judgment31st Jul 2012 | News Releases
Kaupthing: The High Court handed down judgement following judicial review proceedings brought against the SFO by Robert and Vincent Tchenguiz
LIBOR: Criminal offences are capable of covering conduct30th Jul 2012 | News Releases
David Green QC (DSFO), is satisfied that existing criminal offences are capable of covering conduct in relation to the alleged manipulation of LIBOR.
Innospec Ltd: Former CEO admits bribery to falsify product tests30th Jul 2012 | News Releases
Former CEO Paul Jennings, Innospec Ltd, admits to bribery charges in relation to public officials and other agents of the Government of Indonesia and Iraq.
GP Noble Trustees pension fraud trials12th Jul 2012 | News Releases
Graham Pitcher and Quentin Russell were convicted in relation a £52 million pension fund fraud administered by GP Noble.
LIBOR: SFO to investigate6th Jul 2012 | News Releases
The SFO Director David Green QC has today decided formally to accept the LIBOR matter for investigation.
Oxford Publishing Ltd to pay almost £1.9 million as settlement after admitting unlawful conduct in its East African operations3rd Jul 2012 | News Releases
The Serious Fraud Office has taken action in the High Court, which resulted in an Civil Recovery Order that Oxford Publishing Limited pay £1,895,435.
LIBOR: Update2nd Jul 2012 | News Releases
The SFO is considering whether it is both appropriate and possible to bring criminal prosecutions in regards to the recently reported issues of LIBOR.