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Lord Peter Hain, the former Labour minister and anti-apartheid campaigner, wrote to Britain’s law watchdog the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) on Friday requesting an inquiry into Hogan Lovells’ conduct.
Authorities across the world are more attuned to the signs of bribery, able to share information with foreign counterparts on a far quicker and more regular basis than in previous years and, in simple terms, they are now better at tackling corruption.
The UK Government has published its much anticipated Anti-Corruption Strategy. You may be asking yourself, is it any good?
Airbus is under investigation by French prosecutors and Britain's Serious Fraud Office for suspected corruption in its UK-based civil aviation arm, a problem the company itself reported to the authorities.
The FCA is probing FTSE 100 lenders HSBC and Standard Chartered’s claimed links to alleged illegal activities by South Africa’s billionaire Gupta family.
Senior executives at Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox corporation are alleged to have agreed for millions of dollars in bribes to be paid to South American soccer officials to secure major broadcast deals, according to US prosecution documents unmasked by sworn testimony.
The 2017 Index of Public Integrity shows stagnation, some reduction in red tape and increase in demand for good governance, but backsliding on freedom of the press and of trade.
British prosecutors have charged two more people in an investigation into alleged bribery and corruption at privately-held Unaoil, a Monaco-based oil and gas services company.
The announcement by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) follows an investigation by The Daily Telegraph in September of last year which revealed greed and corruption at the heart of English football.
A trio of firms have been called in to act for two Unaoil executives who have been charged by The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in relation to its ongoing investigation into allegations of bribery, corruption and money laundering.
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