Conditions of ex-SFO chief's move to Slaughter and May revealed

Letter from vetting committee also reveals Slaughters outbid three firms to secure role on multimillion-pound Tchenguiz brothers litigation

Details of ex-Serious Fraud Office (SFO) director David Green QC’s move to Slaughter and May have been revealed in a government letter that sets out the conditions of his new job, as well revealing details of the magic circle firm’s role on the multimillion-pound Tchenguiz brothers lawsuit brought against the SFO in 2013.

The letter was published today (12 September) by the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACoBA), which vets new roles taken up by former ministers, senior civil servants and other Crown servants, to avoid conflicts of interest.

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