Serious Fraud Office
SFO agrees Deferred Prosecution Agreement in principle with Airbus as part of a global resolution
Following the announcement by Airbus yesterday, the Serious Fraud Office confirms that a Deferred Prosecution Agreement has been reached in principle between itself and Airbus.
The Agreement is subject to the approval of the Court.
A public hearing will be held on Friday, 31 January before the President of the Queen’s Bench Division. Details of timing and court will be confirmed in due course.
The SFO cannot provide further information until this hearing has concluded.
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