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LONDON (Reuters) - Two company directors, who lured about 2,000 investors into a 37 million pound ($44.6 million) fraudulent green investment scheme in Brazil, on Wednesday were each sentenced to 11 years in jail by a London court.
LONDON, June 13 (Reuters) - Victims of one of Britain's biggest banking frauds will be offered 3 million pound ($3.66 million) compensation packages, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday.
London magistrates sentence Michael Strubel to more than six years for failing to pay compensation
A convicted fraudster who mislead investors out of £72.5mn has been jailed after failing to pay his confiscation order.
The Financial Conduct Authority centres its work around its three key operational objectives: to protect consumers, protect financial markets and promote competition.
Some banks take more than an hour to answer calls to their fraud helplines.
Two company directors have been found guilty of fraud over fake investment schemes in Brazil which saw £37mn taken from investors.
Starling Bank is reeling from accusations from former Conservative minister Lord Agnew that the bank used the Government's Covid loan scheme as a "God-sent opportunity" to swell its balance sheets without conducting adequate checks on the ability of loanees to repay the debt.
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MPs today called for a crack down on “dirty money” as they argued City bosses should face jail if they fail to prevent illicit cash from flowing through the UK’s financial system.
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