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The National Crime Agency has recovered houses and cash worth more than 450,000 after an financial investigation into property held by a 41 year old Bradford man.
Investigations into alleged misconduct by prison staff have risen by a third in a year, figures have revealed.
Legal action to help recover half a million pounds stolen by a corrupt Smethwick headteacher and her school secretary is to begin later this month.
The SFO alleged that three senior employees of Guralp Systems Limited (“the Company”), a UK based seismology company, conspired to corruptly make payments of approximately £1 million over a period of twelve years between 2003 and 2015 to a public official and employee of the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, in return for £2 million worth of contracts.
A number of court appearances led to a contested forfeiture hearing at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on 4 December 2019.
Cansun Güralp, Andrew Bell and Natalie Pearce were acquitted of conspiracy to make corrupt payments in relation to payments made to a South Korean public official between 2002 and 2015.
A jailed solicitor involved in the UK’s biggest ever tax fraud must repay £3m of his ill-gotten gains or face a further nine years in prison, a judge at the Old Bailey has ruled.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has charged two former Serco executives with fraud and false accounting as part of an investigation into the outsourcing giant’s electronic tagging contract.
Five fraudsters sentenced to more than 43 years in prison for their part in a fake eco-investment scheme have been ordered to repay £20m to HMRC.
An Essex man jailed in April over malware offences dating back years has been ordered to pay back the profits of his crime spree, and sell valuable assets
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