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Chartered accountants have an opportunity to respond to the package of reforms relating to fraud, as recommended by the Brydon Review. What do you think of the government’s proposals?
Enquiries revealed there had been 15 refunds to the same debit card made by defendant at her place of work to the total value of £5,150
Suspended sentence for Portadown woman who pocketed over £5,000 from employer through debit card refunds – Armagh I
(Reuters) -Britain's fraud office said on Monday a court had dismissed its plea to adjourn a hearing against two former Serco executives, after the regulator found errors with disclosures it had made in its case related to prisoner-tagging contracts.
They had fought for 20 years to clear their names in a huge miscarriage of justice. Today, 39 sub-postmasters and mistresses had their convictions for theft and fraud quashed at the Court of Appeal.
Large audit firms that are deemed not to be working hard enough to root out corporate fraud will be blacklisted in this year’s annual shareholder meetings by Pirc.
Blacklist audit firms for fraud failures, urges Pirc - CityAM : CityAM
A judge said the was ‘there was no boundary of dishonesty’ Stephen Day was not prepared to cross.
Accountant jailed over ‘industrial scale dishonesty’ to fund lavish lifestyle | Shropshire Star
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has launched an investigation this morning into the Buy2Let Cars parent company Raedex Consortium for an unauthorised customer investment scheme.
Buy2Let Cars parent company under investigation by serious fraud watchdog - CityAM : CityAM
Manipulation of a company’s financial position can be difficult to prevent when carried out by a senior staff member. Chartered accountants are well placed to help organisations assess whether controls are sufficiently robust to detect and deter fraudulent behaviour.
The chief financial officer who tried to trick the market | ICAEW
A judge in the Outer House has opened the way for a criminal prosecution against the Crown Office and police over a malicious Rangers fraud probe, saying it is in the interests of justice that evidence in the case is disclosed.
Malicious Prosecution Scandal: In ‘interests of justice’ to disclose evidence to aid criminal case against Crown Office - Scottish Legal News
A car retailer has avoided jail after admitting a £23,000 fraud to meet debts built-up as the result of a “significant midlife crisis”.
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