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MediaWatchshow 19th Sept 2014


This wk my guest is Mr Jo Sidhu QC – President of the Society of Asian Lawyers & one of the UK's leading Criminal Barristers. We cover the #ScotlandIndependance result, corporate crime, Gun/Knife…
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"KOLKATA WEIR INDUSTRIES LIMITED"…………"SKYLARK" waiting for sale out permission……..!!!!!


KOLKATA WEIR INDUSTRIES LIMITED .SKYLARK waiting for sale-out permission from sebi.
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Eric Holder Anticipates More Financial Fraud Prosecutions – Accounting Today



CNBC
Eric Holder Anticipates More Financial Fraud Prosecutions
Accounting Today
Six years ago this week, investment bank Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy, observed Attorney General Eric Holder at New York University Law School during a speech Wednesday. This marked “the culmination of a period of deregulation, excessive …
Holder seeks increased whistleblower rewards in financial fraud cases to Minneapolis Star Tribune
US attorney general to propose more rewards, agents to fight Wall St crimeFox Business
AG Holder to call for new rewards for whistleblowersCNBC
Huffington Post –NBCNews.com –The Hill
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Lawmakers question why some white collar crimes go unpunished – KATV


Lawmakers question why some white collar crimes go unpunished
KATV
(KATV)-State lawmakers are questioning why prosecutors have only brought 33 charges from the 246 cases referred by legislative audits last year, 43 of those cases were deemed ethics violations and 46 are under review. Lawmakers say that still leaves

NYU Law Professor Jennifer Arlen and Off the Record Corporate Crime – Corporate Crime Reporter


NYU Law Professor Jennifer Arlen and Off the Record Corporate Crime
Corporate Crime Reporter
The conference — Deterring Corporate Crime: Effective Principles for Corporate Enforcement – was the brainchild of Jennifer Arlen, co-chair of the NYU Law Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement. The conference was co-sponsored by the …

Financial institutions must guard against fraud — Felice – Jamaica Observer


Financial institutions must guard against fraud — Felice
Jamaica Observer
JUSTIN Felice, the chief technical director in the Financial Investigation Division (FID), Ministry of Finance and Planning, says financial institutions need to put measures and strategies in place that will safeguard their operations against the

Gangs ditch colors, remove ink as they move to white-collar crime – New York Post



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Gangs ditch colors, remove ink as they move to whitecollar crime
New York Post
A member of the Los Solidos street gang shows his tattoo to police in Hartford, Conn. Although they still wear tattoos, police said gang members are shying away from wearing their colors in an effort to avoid being detected by authorities. Photo: AP.
gangs tone down use of colors, tattoosThe Advocate

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Online banking fraud up 71pc despite rise of log-in gadgets – Telegraph.co.uk



Telegraph.co.uk
Online banking fraud up 71pc despite rise of log-in gadgets
Telegraph.co.uk
Financial Fraud Action UK, an industry body, said fraudsters have been tricking victims into revealing their online banking passwords and personal information through posing on the phone as someone from a bank or building society fraud investigation team.
Rise of internet shopping leads to record levels of online fraudYorkshire Post
Card fraud up despite increased banking securityE&T magazine
Card fraud hits Record Highs marking a 71% increase on the Previous YearMoneyExpert

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Corporate Crime Update – September 2014 – Japan – Lexology (registration)


Corporate Crime Update – September 2014 – Japan
Lexology (registration)
As noted in our previous updates, in June 2014 the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office ("TDPPO") filed criminal charges against three high ranking officials of the railway consulting company, Japan Transportation Consultants Inc. ("JTC"). These

Two county residents allege financial fraud tied to Cache County Rodeo online … – The Herald Journal


Two county residents allege financial fraud tied to Cache County Rodeo online
The Herald Journal
Two Cache County people say they purchased tickets online to the Cache County Rodeo this year, and then unauthorized charges were withdrawn from their accounts, though county officials say there have been no other complaints.