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The 2002 Operation Tiberius report identified eight crime networks involved in drug trafficking, extortion and money laundering that were being helped by 42 named serving and 22 former Metropolitan Police detectives.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) expects company directors to have a standard of skill and involvement that ensures that companies don't break EU and UK competition law.
The former assistant manager of Barnsley FC and two other men have been charged with bribery offences.
Microsoft is currently under investigation by the US Department of Justice and the SEC over allegations that the company may have engaged in bribery and corruption as part of its Hungarian sales operation
Owners of expensive restaurants are being bribed with substantial cash payments by vineyards to stock their wines, a disgruntled sommelier has revealed.
Woman let accounts in her name be used to bank the money for her Anglo-Russian sibling
The SFO alleges that the two men conspired to corruptly make payments to a public official and employee of the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM).
Unaoil is one of the biggest investigations ever conducted by the SFO and it has embroiled a number of UK-listed companies, including Rio Tinto.
As the House of Lords has appointed a committee to examine what it calls confusion surrounding the Bribery Act, it seems that now is the time for the Act’s implications to be properly considered.
The UNDP imposed five-year bans on all four SLPs, citing "fraud" or "fraud and collusion" as grounds and listing the formal sanction as "debarment".
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