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Sino-Forest denies fraud in Ontario Securities Commission hearing - The Globe and Mail
Toronto Star
Sino-Forest denies fraud in Ontario Securities Commission hearing The Globe and Mail Allen Chan, the Hong Kong-based businessman at the centre of the Ontario Securities Commission's (OSC) fraud allegations against Sino-Forest Corp., maintains he has done nothing dishonest, his lawyer told a packed hearing room on Tuesday, arguing that ... Sino-Forest executives deny any fraud at OSC hearingToronto Star Canada Regulator Lays Out Fraud Case Against Sino-ForestWall Street Journal Sino-Forest execs deny fraud, call OSC allegations a misinterpretation of ...The Province The Telegram -Reuters all 28 news articles »
Chile regulator fines SQM, Larraín Vial over securities fraud - Business News Americas
Business News Americas
Chile regulator fines SQM, Larraín Vial over securities fraud Business News Americas Chile's securities and insurance regulator SVS imposed a total of 4.01mn UFs (inflation-linked units, some US$164mn) in fines against local non-metallic miner and fertilizer group SQM, financial services firm Larraín Vial and a number of their ... and more »
Employee's fraud costs bank $105000 - STLtoday.com
Employee's fraud costs bank $105000 STLtoday.com 15 and could face roughly 18 months in prison under federal sentencing guidelines, her lawyer John Stobbs said. Stobbs said he was hoping for less, based on Palmer's efforts to repay the money and her struggles with depression that preceded the fraud. and more »
Top 25 US Bank Selects Easy Solutions for Fraud Prevention - Business Wire (press release)
Top 25 US Bank Selects Easy Solutions for Fraud Prevention Business Wire (press release) SUNRISE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Easy Solutions®, the Total Fraud Protection® company, today announced that one of the country's largest banks, a Fortune 200 firm with over $100 Billion in assets, has selected Easy Solutions to provide fraud prevention ... and more »
Bank employee arrested for fraud - Lincoln Times-News
Lincoln Times-News
Bank employee arrested for fraud Lincoln Times-News After noticing the transaction, the account holder contacted the Fifth Third Bank, located at 2586 East Main Street, and also filed a police report. Etchison was interviewed during the initial investigation and informed officers that a while male came ... and more »
Two charged in ongoing corruption and fraud investigation at PennDOT District 6 - Bucks Local News
Bucks Local News
Two charged in ongoing corruption and fraud investigation at PennDOT District 6 Bucks Local News NORRISTOWN – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane on July 31 announced charges against two individuals affiliated with PennDOT, who allegedly conspired in the theft of more than $3.6 million in taxpayer money. These are the latest charges in an ongoing ...
Bank of America Asks Judge to Dismiss Countrywide Fraud Verdict - Bloomberg
Bank of America Asks Judge to Dismiss Countrywide Fraud Verdict Bloomberg Bank of America Corp. asked a federal judge to throw out the jury verdict that its Countrywide unit defrauded Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac, which resulted in a $1.3 billion civil penalty against the bank. The trial evidence showed that the quality ... and more »
Why was this Sainsbury's Bank credit card fraud so easy to commit? - The Guardian
The Guardian
Why was this Sainsbury's Bank credit card fraud so easy to commit? The Guardian The bank's fraud department cancelled the cards and promised new ones (which we received two days later) and indicated that we would be reimbursed. But the online statement still gives a debit balance of well over £11,000, on which I am also paying ...
Romanian Crime gang that targeted 60000 bank customers in £16million fraud ... - Daily Mail
Daily Mail
Romanian Crime gang that targeted 60000 bank customers in £16million fraud ... Daily Mail Four members of a Romanian gang who targeted more than 60,000 bank customers in a £16million fraud face jail today. The criminals fitted spy cameras to the sides of bank machines all over Britain so they could take down PIN numbers and used miniature ... Four Romanians jailed in UK for bank fraudRomania-Insider.com all 14 news articles »
The fraud traps set by your bank - Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph.co.uk
The fraud traps set by your bank Telegraph.co.uk Nina Branscombe, 82, and her husband Derek, 84, were robbed in a supermarket car park in Stafford in April. It was a devious crime – two men approached the elderly couple asking for directions and used a map as a shield to remove Mrs Branscombe's ... and more »

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11 August 2014- Bankruptcy Beat Snapshot: Stephen Darr

FraudNet member for USA Kathy Bazoian Phelps of Diamond McCarthy LLP, Los Angeles was interviewed in a blog published by the Wall Street Journal entitled Bankruptcy Beat Snapshot: Stephen Darr. A PDF download of the article is available here

 

July 2014 –Who¹s Who Legal: Asset Recovery 2014

Eight FraudNet members are on the list of the 10 Most Highly Regarded Individuals in Who’s Who Legal: Asset Recovery 2014. The prestigious list identifies practitioners who stand out worldwide and includes: Martin Kenney, Martin Kenney & Co, British Virgin Islands; Edward H. Davis,Astigarraga Davis, Miami; Stephen Baker,Baker and Partners, St Helier, Jersey; Andrew Witts Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co, London; Steven Philippsohn, PCB Litigation, London; Bettina Knoetzl,Wolf Theiss, Vienna; Gregory Glynn,Arthur Cox, Dublin; and Yves Klein, Monfrini Crettol & Associes, Geneva. Click here to see the Top 10 and read the bios.

Additionally, numerous FraudNet members are listed among the world’s leading fraud and asset recovery lawyers in the Who’s Who Legal: Asset Recovery 2014 category. Click here to see the complete list.

 

4 June 2014- Facebook and Twitter used to track hidden wealth in divorce cases

FraudNet member for United Kingdom Steven Philippsohn of PCB Litigation LLP, London was interviewed in an article published by the United Kingdom’s Daily Telegraph entitled Facebook and Twitter used to track hidden wealth in divorce cases. A PDF download of the article is available here

 

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