SFO ‘Re-Establishing Links With Security Agencies’ Director David Green Reveals Steps To Tackle Corporate Crime 13.11.2013 The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is looking to re-establish its links with national security agencies as it looks to boost its efforts to tackle major corporate crime. David Green, the director of the body, told The Times that the move was part of a range of steps, which include improving analysis of open-source data, to boost efforts to identify issues and tackle them as soon as possible. He added that the aim of the move was to ensure corporates understand that any wrongdoing will be identified. “I want to be far more proactive on the intelligence gathering side so that companies know they might be found out if they don’t self-report,” he outlined. Mr Green’s comments have come around a month after he told a conference in London that the organisation is now on “an upward trajectory”. Press contact Dave Grimshaw Press Officer 0114 274 4397 Email Dave Tags Business Investigations And Prosecutions Dan Stowers Birmingham Related articles 20.03.2019Government Issues Recommendation for Leasehold Reform 15.03.2019Irwin Mitchell Recruits Hundreds Of Volunteers For Red Nose Day 2019 15.03.2019Irwin Mitchell Scoops Hat-trick At Birmingham Law Society Legal Awards 13.03.2019Sheffield City Region Launches Global Innovation Corridor At MIPIM 2019 08.03.2019Irwin Mitchell Launches Women in Law Timeline 05.03.2019Does A Rest Break At Work Have To Be Continuous?