Fraud Office

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Serious Fraud Office (New Zealand)
... The New Zealand Serious Fraud Office (Maori Te Tari Hara Tāware) is based upon the British model ... Zealand Police in trying to prevent serious and complex fraud ... Established by the Serious Fraud Office Act 1990, the Serious Fraud Office is responsible for the investigation and prosecution of suspected cases of serious or complex fraud ...
Vera Baird - Career - Parliamentary - Solicitor General For England and Wales: 2007-2010
... responsible, together with the Attorney General, for the Law Office budget and for setting the strategic direction for the Crown Prosecution Service, Serious Fraud Office, Service Prosecuting Authority (co ... deployed a budget of £28M to implement the recommendations of the 2006 Fraud Review and established the National Fraud Authority (NFA), which became an executive agency of ... Group which oversaw the NFA and the co-ordination of the UK’s first National Fraud Strategy in partnership with over 28 public private and trade bodies ...
BAE Systems - Corruption Investigations - Serious Fraud Office
... BAE Systems has been under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office, into the use of political corruption to help sell arms to Chile, Czech Republic, Romania, Saudi Arabia, South Africa ... by the BBC as "an embarrassing admission." In September 2009, the Serious Fraud Office announced that it intended to prosecute BAE Systems for offences relating to overseas corruption ... and The Corner House were successful in gaining a High Court injunction on the Serious Fraud Office's settlement with BAE ...

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