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    1. March 26, 2015

      A new breed of commercial intelligence company

      At dawn on a cold, grey March morning in London’s Mayfair, 135 police officers burst into the homes and offices associated...

    2. March 24, 2015

      MPs seek inquiry into BoE liquidity investigation

      The origins of an unprecedented criminal investigation into potential rigging of liquidity auctions held by the Bank of...

    1. March 23, 2015

      Afren calls in Serious Fraud Office over expenses payments

      Afren, the Africa-focused oil company that is hammering out a financial restructuring agreement with its lenders, has...

    2. March 12, 2015

      BoE ignored advice on money markets probe

      The Bank of England ignored advice from the UK’s Serious Fraud Office to publicly confirm a criminal investigation into...

    3. March 11, 2015

      BoE decided to conceal SFO criminal probe

      The Bank of England decided in December to conceal a Serious Fraud Office move to open a criminal investigation into the...

    4. March 11, 2015

      Lawyers slam Financial Conduct Authority’s ‘rushed’ forex probe

      Lawyers have criticised the UK’s investigation into manipulation of the foreign exchange market as a “rushed job” that...

    5. March 10, 2015

      G4S dogged by scandal provisions as it returns to profit

      G4S swung back to a profit after two years of contract scandals that included its failure to provide enough security guards...

    6. March 8, 2015

      Barclays and Deutsche traders face Euribor questioning

      UK fraud investigators have called in former traders from Barclays and Deutsche Bank for interview as suspects in their...

    7. March 5, 2015

      SFO narrows focus of Bank of England money-market probe

      A Serious Fraud Office investigation into whether Bank of England interventions in the money market during the financial...

    8. March 5, 2015

      Bank of England haunted by crisis decisions

      As the financial crisis unfolded in 2007, the Bank of England was in turmoil, facing a meltdown of the financial sector that...

    9. March 4, 2015

      Bank of England embroiled in money-market fraud probe

      The Bank of England is embroiled in an unprecedented criminal investigation over the potential rigging of its money-market...

    10. March 3, 2015

      Rolls-Royce chief’s pay halved after profit warnings

      John Rishton has gone from the highest-paid chief executive in recent Rolls-Royce history to the lowest after a disastrous...

    11. February 27, 2015

      SFO probes forest and forex investments

      The Serious Fraud Office has opened a criminal investigation into two investment schemes estimated to have lost victims...

    12. February 25, 2015

      UK tax authority summons law enforcers over HSBC data

      Britain’s tax authority has called law enforcement agencies to a meeting early next week to assess whether there are grounds...

    13. February 16, 2015

      Rolls-Royce vows to co-operate with Petrobras investigation

      Rolls-Royce has said it will co-operate with Brazilian authorities if they press ahead with an investigation into...

    14. February 12, 2015

      HSBC chiefs to face MPs’ scrutiny

      Watchdogs and politicians are lining up to scrutinise HSBC following criticism that the UK tax authority’s response to the...

    15. February 10, 2015

      Robert Tchenguiz to invoke European human rights law to protect assets

      Property entrepreneur Robert Tchenguiz is to invoke European human rights law in a battle to protect his assets from...

    16. February 6, 2015

      US DoJ issues arrest warrant for Briton in Libor probe

      Transatlantic co-operation between prosecutors investigating the rigging of Libor could be at risk after the US Department...

    17. February 5, 2015

      Watchdog warns UK stores over Tesco probe

      An investigation into Tesco’s relations with its suppliers, following accusations of bullying and delayed payments, could...

    18. January 28, 2015

      Alstom to face bribery trials in UK court

      Allegations of bribery by Alstom, the French conglomerate that is selling its power division to General Electric, will be...

    19. January 23, 2015

      Extraordinary fall from grace of Weavering founder Magnus Peterson

      Weavering is a leafy village in Kent where a thatched property, replete with swimming pool, orangery and paddock, was sold...

    20. January 23, 2015

      Weavering founder Magnus Peterson jailed for 13 years for fraud

      The founder of one of London’s oldest hedge funds who perpetrated a $537m fraud has been sentenced to 13 years in prison,...

    21. January 20, 2015

      Markets watchdogs pledge joint crackdown

      Markets watchdogs on both sides of the Atlantic have pledged to prioritise bribery and other financial crimes — recently the...

    22. January 19, 2015

      Weavering hedge fund founder Magnus Peterson guilty of fraud

      The founder of one of London’s oldest hedge funds, which collapsed at the height of the financial crisis, has been found...

    23. January 19, 2015

      Serious Fraud Office closes Autonomy investigation

      The UK’s Serious Fraud Office has closed its investigation into Hewlett-Packard’s disastrous $11.1bn purchase of Autonomy,...

    24. January 9, 2015

      Barclays’ senior lawyer Judith Shepherd to leave

      One of Barclays’ most senior lawyers, who has been questioned as part of a criminal probe into its dealings with Qatar...

    25. January 7, 2015

      First trader to face jury trial in Libor case parts with barrister

      A former trader at UBS and Citigroup, who is the first person set to face a jury trial on Libor-related offences, has parted...

    26. December 28, 2014

      Corporate Review: A year to forget

      Diary commentary from FT reporters; data and company announcements, unless otherwise stated, from Thomson Reuters. Company...

    27. December 22, 2014

      SFO gets first conviction of company for foreign official bribes

      The UK’s top anti-corruption body has secured its first conviction against a corporation for bribing foreign officials. A...

    28. December 22, 2014

      Trader in fraud inquiry disappears

      A foreign exchange and property trader who was allowed to walk out of a police station after discussing an alleged fraud...

    29. December 21, 2014

      Rolls-Royce pledges greater openness with investors

      John Rishton, chief executive of Rolls-Royce, pledged greater openness with investors in a bid to restore relations with a...

    30. December 19, 2014

      Former Royal Bank of Scotland trader arrested in forex rigging probe

      A former trader from the Royal Bank of Scotland has been arrested by the UK’s Serious Fraud Office in its criminal...

    31. December 19, 2014

      Police drop probe into Serco’s prisoner contract

      City of London Police have dropped their investigation into Serco’s handling of a £285m prisoner escort contract, which was...

    32. December 17, 2014

      Specialist City anti-corruption unit to be set up after scandals

      A specialist unit to fight bribery and corruption is to be set up to try to clamp down on white-collar crime in the City,...

    33. December 16, 2014

      Alstom nears $700m DoJ bribery settlement

      Alstom is nearing a deal with the US Department of Justice to pay about $700m to settle foreign bribery charges in relation...

    34. December 12, 2014

      UK hedge fund founder Magnus Peterson denies misleading investors

      The founder of a collapsed hedge fund who faces criminal charges over an alleged $600m fraud denied in court that he misled...

    35. December 12, 2014

      Steinmetz’s mining group sues May and anti-fraud body

      The mining arm of Israeli billionaire Beny Steinmetz’s business empire has launched a legal challenge against the UK home...

    36. December 10, 2014

      G4S and Serco won Whitehall work despite being ‘on probation’

      Five government departments awarded G4S and Serco fresh work during a period in which Whitehall “gave the impression” that...

    37. December 9, 2014

      Tesco’s insurers could face payouts for legal costs

      The crisis at Tesco has put insurance companies at risk of multimillion pound payouts through policies that cover legal...

    38. December 7, 2014

      Companies’ defences against corruption still inadequate

      More than a third of multinational companies still have inadequate defences against corruption, more than three years after...

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