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Woman charged with fraud for allegedly accessing senior’s financial accounts – CBC.ca



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Woman charged with fraud for allegedly accessing senior's financial accounts
CBC.ca
Police in Corner Brook have charged a woman with fraud over $5,000. The 32-year-old woman from Hughes Brook was charged on Friday. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary said they received a complaint on April 10, and have been investigating the …

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Dennis Kelleher Rips SEC for Naming Goldman Sachs Exec Andrew Donohue … – Corporate Crime Reporter



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Dennis Kelleher Rips SEC for Naming Goldman Sachs Exec Andrew Donohue
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As director, he was instrumental in developing regulations governing the asset management industry and was responsible for policy and oversight affecting registered investment advisers as well as investment companies and the investment company industry
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Former Pittsburgh bank official known for lavish lifestyle sentenced for fraud – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



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Former Pittsburgh bank official known for lavish lifestyle sentenced for fraud
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
… a federal judge sent him to federal prison Thursday for 7 1/2 years and ordered him to pay more than $4 million in restitution to various corporate victims he defrauded in a potpourri of financial scams. “You have demonstrated no respect for the

White Collar Crime, Who does it and Why? – KTLA



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White Collar Crime, Who does it and Why?
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White collar crimes are making headlines more than ever. The Department of Justice reports more than 400 white collar crime prosecutions each month in the United States. These prosecutions cost individuals and businesses billions of dollars each year.

Corporate Crime Update – May 2015 – Japan – Lexology (registration)


Corporate Crime Update – May 2015 – Japan
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Japanese slot machine maker and casino developer Universal Entertainment ("Universal") is under investigation regarding payments totalling $40m made to an associate of the Philippines' gambling regulator in 2010. The Japanese tax authorities, Hong …

Corporate Crime Update – May 2015 – United Kingdom / Europe – Lexology (registration)


Corporate Crime Update – May 2015 – United Kingdom / Europe
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The FCA has identified firms' systems and controls in relation to financial crime as a new area of forward looking focus in its 2015/16 Business Plan. The FCA will work with the PRA and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) as well as regulators in other

Wheaton investigation results in financial fraud charges – Chicago Tribune



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Wheaton investigation results in financial fraud charges
Chicago Tribune
Matthew R. Glamkowski, 32, of St. Charles, the owner of West Chicago-based Glamour Services, was charged with three felony counts of financial institution fraud and a single count of continuing a financial crimes enterprise. (Wheaton Police Department).

ConAgra Unit to Plead Guilty in Peter Pan Peanut Butter Poisoning that … – Corporate Crime Reporter


ConAgra Unit to Plead Guilty in Peter Pan Peanut Butter Poisoning that
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The criminal information, filed in federal court in Atlanta, Georgia, alleges that on or about December 7, 2006, the company shipped from Georgia to Texas peanut butter that was adulterated, in that it contained salmonella and had been prepared under …

Smart Bombs: Soft on white-collar crime – The Spokesman Review


Smart Bombs: Soft on whitecollar crime
The Spokesman Review
Hard work and merit become foreign concepts. You hate to judge people just on appearances, but you have to concede that most of them are white, well-dressed and from privileged backgrounds. It doesn't help that the criminal justice system is so lenient.

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US is soft on white collar crime – DesMoinesRegister.com



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US is soft on white collar crime
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Three banks, including major U.S. banks J.P. Morgan and UBS, just admitted to manipulating the mechanism that fixes international exchange rates for converting foreign currency into dollars, and agreed to large fines. The manipulation reaped billions