Serious Fraud Office

The truth is that in tennis, and most other major sports, only a small amount of resource is invested in fighting corruption. They are simply no match for the organised crime gangs, international gambling syndicates, and greedy dishonest officials. Sports governance has become a wild west, but we need more than a lone ranger to combat it.
The Royal Bank of Scotland may have saved some of its rogue bankers from jail by commissioning a report, widely condemned
The Serious Fraud Office has acted on just three out of nearly 5,600 tip-offs it has received, it can be revealed. With the
Calls to the Serious Fraud Office’s whistleblower hotline have failed to lead to any official investigations. The "SFO Confidential
Imagine having a highly-paid job working for the Serious Fraud Office in London. But you really want to live in the Lake
Swiss banking giant UBS is understood to be close to agreeing a $1 billion payment for its involvement in the Libor rate
Three men were arrested on Tuesday in connection with an investigation into the rigging of the interbank lending rate Libor
The Serious Fraud Office has launched an investigation into payments made between Barclays bank and Qatar at the height of
Only a financial elite that thinks it is above the law could have thought it could get away with rigging a key interest rate for years on end. It is clear that too many bankers think that laws are for the little people.
The Serious Fraud Office said that it hopes to reveal within a month whether it will bring any criminal prosecutions in relation