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Glencore shares slump as UK prosecutor launches investigation

Glencore shares slump as UK prosecutor launches investigation

Glencore's woes mounted this week on news the UK prosecutor was investigating alleged bribery.

Politics

06 DECEMBER 2019
Oz research says mining directors worst for insider trading

Oz research says mining directors worst for insider trading

ANU statistical review claims dodgy trades are rife, but ASIC unconvinced by study outcomes

Leadership

23 SEPTEMBER 2019
SouthGobi shares suspended from trade

SouthGobi shares suspended from trade

Investigations into former employees widen on new allegations of fraud

Bulks

19 DECEMBER 2018
Rio, Albanese, Elliott charged with fraud

Rio, Albanese, Elliott charged with fraud

SEC filing relates to the Riversdale Mining acquisition in 2011

Capital markets

18 OCTOBER 2017

The murky business of investigating corruption

Mayer Brown looks at the implications of recent SFO investigations for the mining sector

Europe/Middle East

19 JUNE 2015

Cutting costs? Try slashing fraud

Hard times raise the pressure to cut costs, although just why corporations allow their spending to get...

Events Coverage

16 NOVEMBER 2012

Digging the dirt on corporate fraud

Fraud is a problem that undermines the stability and financial health of organisations in every economic...

Leadership

16 MARCH 2012

Mining sector may be losing $130 bn annually to fraud - PKF

The mining sector could be losing an estimated US$130 billion a year to fraud, according to a report...

Asia

09 MARCH 2012

Inside job

Interpol, the international police organisation, is breathing new life into its search for Jason Holland,...

Africa

16 JULY 2010

Law firm wins fraud case

An Australian law firm which worked with mining companies in Central Asia has won a three-year legal...

Capital markets

19 NOVEMBER 2009