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Fraud affects everyone, from individuals to businesses, organisations and Governments. We all will either have experience of or know people who have been affected by fraud.
An Iranian national who ran a financial services company designed to circumvent financial sanctions on Iran, has been sentenced in the US after being arrested and extradited from the UK.
A webinar with Professor Nicholas Ryder
Terrorism can be financed through funds collected both unlawfully and lawfully. In recent years, fraud has become a key catalyst fuelling many terrorism financing methods.
Lisa Osofsky speaking at the Royal United Services Institute, 8 October 2020
In the following article Richard Sallybanks and Umar Azmeh look at the flurry of recent charging decisions from the Serious Fraud Office.
Data is now at the heart of every investigation, but as well as offering opportunity to improve the service for victims of crime, it can also hinder it.
MPs have backed the latest stage of a bill to allow undercover agents to commit crimes on operations.
The UK’s National Crime Agency has joined other institutions in warning on the risk of emergency taxpayer-backed loans for small business being targeted by criminals.
Aziz Rahman of business crime specialists Rahman Ravelli considers her claims.
LONDON (Reuters) - A wanted fugitive whose brother was convicted of a role in a 50 million pound ($64 million) British mortgage scam has had opulent necklaces, gold, silver and diamond-encrusted Rolex watches seized from a safe deposit box.
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