UK Serious Fraud Office focuses on overseas corruption with Rolls-Royce investigation
Aerospace and defence companies, foreign intermediaries and anti-corruption legislation are back in the spotlight. On 6 December 2012, Rolls-Royce Holdings plc, the world’s second-largest manufacturer of aircraft engines, announced that it had passed information to the UK Serious Fraud Office relating to concerns about bribery and corruption. Rolls-Royce stated that its disclosure may lead to the prosecution of individuals and the company itself.
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