David Green and the SFO: one year on

How is the UK's anti-fraud chief handling his job – and what strategy will he follow in the years ahead?

David Green, SFO

David Green has been in his post as director of the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) for just over a year. His aim is to take on "cases that undermine UK plc in general and the City of London in particular – big frauds, big bribery and corruption". To support this ambition, he clearly needs a high-profile, successful prosecution under the Bribery Act and, even better, a corporate scalp. Inevitably, his performance will be judged on the SFO's success in relation to the Libor matter, for which he has

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