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PETROFAC MAY CUT ITS OPERATIONS IN WAKE OF BRIBERY INVESTIGATION

Oil services company Petrofac may quit its operations in the North Sea as it struggles to deal with a $1 billion debt and a bribery investigation. The company, which employs approximately 4,000 North Sea workers and has an Aberdee... Read More



NEGLIGENT ACCOUNTANTS ATTRACT MONEY LAUNDERERS, SAYS TREASURY

Negligent or unwitting accountants risk becoming involved in money laundering as they are attractive to criminals, accordi...
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$238M FINE FOR DUTCH FIRM’S SIXTEEN YEARS OF BRIBERY

US officials say a Dutch maker of equipment for offshore oil drilling will pay $238 million to settle charges of paying br...
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TWO MORE CHARGED IN UNAOIL INVESTIGATION

Two more men have been charged with conspiring to pay bribes to secure Iraq contracts as a result of investigations into o...
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US SET TO BE MORE LENIENT TO COMPANIES THAT ALERT AUTHORITIES TO BRIBERY

Companies that voluntarily alert US authorit...


ONE MILLION EURO FINE FOR LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY’S MONEY LAUNDERING WEAKNESSES

The Central Bank of Ireland has fined a life...


BRAZIL AND US INVESTIGATE QATARI PAYMENT’S LINK TO WORLD CUP

Authorities in the US and Brazil are investi...


SFO USE OF EXPERT WITNESS BRANDED A “DEBACLE’’ BY APPEAL COURT

The Serious Fraud Office’s use of an exper...


SWISS SAY JP MORGAN BROKE MONEY LAUNDERING RULES

Switzerland’s financial markets authority ...


FORMER IMF HEAD CHARGED WITH FRAUD

A Spanish court has ordered the former head ...