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On 28 February 2020, a jury acquitted three former Barclays executives – Roger Jenkins, Tom Kalaris and Richard Boath – of criminal fraud charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office (“SFO”).
LONDON (Reuters) - Three former Barclays executives were unanimously acquitted on Friday of charges they helped funnel 322 million pounds ($418 million) in secret fees to Qatar in return for rescue financing during the credit crisis.
Lookers’ chief operating officer has left the business just a month after taking up the role, the car dealership announced today.
Lookers has revealed that it will delay the publication of its 2019 annual financial results after finding evidence of potentially fraudulent transactions in one of its operating divisions.
Employers need to ensure they have robust and consistent screening processes in place as reports continue to reveal the prevalence of CV fraud in organisations, according to expert global background screening provider Sterling.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is reportedly examining allegations that Lloyds Banking Group and KPMG drove a property group into administration by saddling it with fees.
Seven staff at an emergency plumbing firm, which charged extortionate prices and bragged about it on WhatsApp, have been sentenced.
Three senior Barclays bankers have been acquitted of fraud charges relating to emergency funding from Qatar in 2008.
Tesco is issuing new cards to 600,000 Clubcard account holders after the supermarket discovered a security issue.
A DUNFERMLINE bank call centre worker used his job to defraud customers out of almost £37,000.
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