Joint Head of Bribery at the SFO Discusses the Agency’s Priorities

The massive Rolls-Royce settlement in 2017 put Britain’s Serious Fraud Office on the anti-corruption map, but how active will the agency continue to be and how will it coordinate with other jurisdictions in this era of international cooperation? Camilla de Silva, the SFO’s Joint Head of Bribery & Corruption, recently addressed the SFO’s priorities and how the investigation process works at a breakfast held by the ABA’s Criminal Justice Section Global Anti-Corruption Committee in Washington, D.C., as well as in recent remarks at the International Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Compliance Congress in Vienna. See “Are U.K. Enforcement Authorities Sending the Wrong Message to Companies?” (Oct. 18, 2017).

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