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Corrupt banker has been sentenced to six years at the Old Bailey for receiving multi-million dollar bribes following a parallel investigation by the City of London Police’s Overseas Anti-Corruption Unit (OACU) and the Philadelphia office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
The European Commission has launched three separate investigations into whether the licensing and distribution practices of Nike, Sanrio and Universal Studios illegally restrict traders from selling merchandise cross-border and online within the EU single market
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) confirmed on Wednesday that it had opened an investigation into potential non-compliance.
With the rise and adoption of analytics, internal and external auditors should see a significant change in the way they work on anti-bribery and corruption cases
A Brighton-born entrepreneur is prepared to go to jail for offering to buy young people who voted in the General Election a drink, after the Electoral Commission accused him of bribery.
He risks breaking election law with the offer as it may be considered an illegal bribe that could influence voters in which party they back.
Bribery and corruption may sound like it only affects larger organisations, but the UK Bribery Act 2010 proves that companies of all sizes need to make sure they’re compliant with UK legislation.
Oil services company Petrofac has suspended chief operating officer Marwan Chedid amid on ongoing companywide investigation into suspected “bribery, corruption and money laundering”.
Airbus assembles independent compliance panel after bribery probe by Britain's Serious Fraud Office and French authorities
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is investigating oil services company Petrofac for suspected “bribery, corruption and money laundering”.
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