Norton Rose picks up advisory role as SFO charges three ex-Tesco directors with fraud
The Serious Fraud Office has charged three former Tesco directors with fraud relating to the retailer's 2014 profit scandal
Norton Rose Fulbright is among a trio of firms advising as the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) charged three former Tesco executives with fraud, following an investigation into the supermarket giant’s 2014 accounting scandal.
Tesco’s former UK managing director Christopher Bush, finance director Carl Rogberg and UK food commercial director John Scouler were each charged with fraud by abuse of position last week and are due to appear in court on 22 September.
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