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Four months after it became a criminal offence for a business to have an employee or other 'associated person' who facilitates tax evasion, many businesses have still not got the policies and procedures in place that could protect them
The Insolvency Service has disqualified a director at Agri Firma Capital for a maximum of 15 years for fraudulent conduct of “the nastiest kind”
There are several offences available under this legislation
Reflecting on Safer Internet Day businesses should take a look at the scale of fraud affecting all types of commerce, but especially ecommerce where stolen identities, hijacked accounts and cards, and all kinds of malware can interfere.
A man wanted by police for almost 11 years in connection with a £4 million corporate fraud case has been arrested in Spain and brought back to the UK to face the courts.
As we kick off 2018, businesses are looking for opportunities to protect and serve their customers while increasing revenues.
The jury in a fraud trial against 3 former Tesco executives has been dismissed after one defendant suffered a heart attack.
The fraud trial of three former Tesco directors has been abandoned after one of them suffered a heart attack more than four months into the high-profile case.
The former director of a letting agency, Drake Homes in Plymouth, has been charged with fraud, false accounting and theft totalling around £450,000
A woman has appeared in court accused of defrauding a Shrewsbury-based firm out of more than £126,000 while working as a bookkeeper and wages clerk.
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