28 Portland Place


14 June 2012



Last October, weeks after becoming the first non-Japanese to head the 92 year-old institution,Michael Woodford discovered and drew his board’s attention to what he believes is a 1.7 billion dollar fraud. He was instantly dismissed. Fearing for his safety he returned to the UK and reported his findings to the SFO. In a remarkable and dramatic tale, the repercussions of which are still rocking Japan just as discussions take place to turn it into a major feature film, Michael explained how an obscure magazine article led to FBI investigations, multiple arrests and serious questions about corporate morality.


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