More than £190 million of assets have been seized from a Pakistani businessman after a settlement in a so-called ‘dirty money’ investigation.
Assets seized following ‘dirty money’ investigationPosted on 6 Dec, 2019
Jailed for stealing from the firmPosted on 2 Dec, 2019
An office manager who committed fraud and spent her stolen money on designer clothes, expensive holidays, private education and a villa in Spain has been jailed for four and a half years.
Not just bank statementsPosted on 22 Nov, 2019
Police investigating an alleged international money laundering gang have made a series of arrests in London.
When the evidence stacks upPosted on 15 Nov, 2019
Sheffield Wednesday FC has been charged with breaching EFL (English Football League) rules around financial fair play over the sale of the Hillsborough ground, following an investigation earlier this year.
Proving the provenance of assetsPosted on 8 Nov, 2019
A family from the South West has had an £8.1 million property portfolio seized by the National Crime Agency (NCA) after a civil recovery and tax investigation.
Following the threadsPosted on 7 Nov, 2019
Recently leaked documents suggest that the Vatican’s finances are in deficit and that the blame lies largely with the management of its property portfolio.
Libor: Investigation closed but still questions to answerPosted on 28 Oct, 2019
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has announced that it is closing its investigation into the alleged rigging of the Libor benchmark rate after a seven-year investigation.
Trump’s ‘Two sets of books’Posted on 21 Oct, 2019
According to a new report from investigative newsroom ProPublica, Donald Trump reported his business assets to lenders and New York City tax officials in two very different ways, leading to suspicions and allegations of fraud.
Academy heads suspended for splashing the cashPosted on 11 Oct, 2019
An investigation into an Academy Trust that ended up with the Chief Executive being suspended has uncovered lavish spending on gift hampers, alcohol ordered to hotel rooms and unapproved severance payments.
Police seize evidence in Vatican financial investigationPosted on 4 Oct, 2019
Italian police have raided the offices of the First Section of the Secretariat of State and the State Financial Information Authority at the Vatican and seized documents and electronic devices as part of an investigation