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Financial fraud still around – Feeley – Stuff.co.nz



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Financial fraud still around – Feeley
Stuff.co.nz
The new $250 million case the Serious Fraud Office is investigating shows large-scale fraud has not ended with the wipeout of the finance company sector, outgoing SFO boss Adam Feeley says. Much of Feeley's three-year tenure has been focused on
SFO head sees new financial crime areas aheadRadio New Zealand
Outgoing SFO boss looks to next challengeThe Farming Show

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Putin foe accused of white-collar crime in what critics call a Kremlin … – Toronto Star



Toronto Star
Putin foe accused of whitecollar crime in what critics call a Kremlin
Toronto Star
Putin foe accused of whitecollar crime in what critics call a Kremlin crackdown on dissidents. Published 2 minutes ago. Send Email Form. Your Name *: * The following field is required. Recipient Email(s) *: Separate multiple emails with a semicolon

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On Corporate Crime and Glass Steagall, Execs Take Left Flank – Corporate Crime Reporter


On Corporate Crime and Glass Steagall, Execs Take Left Flank
Corporate Crime Reporter
On corporate crime, business executives, corporate think tanks, business magazines and newspapers are starting to take the left flank of both the Republican and Republican parties. No leaders of the Republican or Democratic Party are calling for

Peregrine Financial: 4 Common Methods of Camouflaging Fraud – Wall Street Journal (blog)



Wall Street Journal (blog)
Peregrine Financial: 4 Common Methods of Camouflaging Fraud
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Financial frauds are shocking when they come to light and one of the first questions usually raised is “why couldn't investors/regulators have seen this?” The latest potential example is Peregrine Financial Group Inc., where Russell Wasendorf Sr
Experts: No 'silver bullet' to protect investors in wake of PeregrineThe Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines (blog)
COLUMN: PFG investor says his nest egg is goneWaterloo Cedar Falls Courier

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Loeb & Loeb Expands White Collar Practice in DC – The BLT: Blog of Legal Times (blog)


Loeb & Loeb Expands White Collar Practice in DC
The BLT: Blog of Legal Times (blog)
Loeb & Loeb Expands White Collar Practice in D.C.. A lateral partner has joined Loeb & Loeb's white collar criminal defense, corporate compliance and investigations practice in Washington. Nathan Muyskens, formerly a partner with Shook, Hardy & Bacon,
Shook Hardy FCPA Pro Decamps For Loeb & LoebLaw360 (subscription)

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German fugitive sought for $100 million financial fraud scheme arrested in Vegas – Fox News



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German fugitive sought for $100 million financial fraud scheme arrested in Vegas
Fox News
LAS VEGAS – Federal officials say a German man sought for five years in a more than $100 million financial fraud scheme has been arrested in Las Vegas. U.S. Immigration and Customs officials say 51-year-old Ulrich Felix Anton Engler was arrested late
APNewsBreak: Fugitive in $100M German fraud scheme arrested in Vegas after Greenfield Daily Reporter
APNewsBreak: Vegas DUI case led to German fugitiveValley News Live
APNewsBreak: Vegas-area drunken driving arrest led to fugitive in $100M Washington Post

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Measuring Deterrence: How Big a Fine Will Deter Corporate Crime? – JD Supra (press release)


Measuring Deterrence: How Big a Fine Will Deter Corporate Crime?
JD Supra (press release)
The Justice Department takes a lot of flack from the business community for settling civil and criminal cases with large fines and penalties. The recent GlaxoSmithKline settlement of $3 billion underscored an important question – are fines a cost of

Could SEC’s Plan to Track Trades Also Combat Financial Fraud? – Forbes



Forbes
Could SEC's Plan to Track Trades Also Combat Financial Fraud?
Forbes
While the move will help regulators respond quicker to future market anomalies, it may also present a valuable new weapon against financial fraud such as insider trading and Ponzi schemes. Currently, the SEC uses several independent tools to monitor

VO Financial Warns That Timeshare Scams Are More Abundant Than Ever – MarketWatch (press release)


VO Financial Warns That Timeshare Scams Are More Abundant Than Ever
MarketWatch (press release)
The Better Business Bureau reports that timeshare fraud is as prevalent as ever. Although criminals are pinpointing new ways to swindle their victims, the trend of false timeshare promises is affecting many owners. VO Financial, a company that is

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Corporate Crime Makes Economic Sense – Business Insider


Corporate Crime Makes Economic Sense
Business Insider
This week, Free exchange takes a look at whether corporate crime makes economic sense. (The full article, from the print edition, is here.) Banks, drug companies and weapons makers have all been stung with record fines recently. But while fines keep