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The UK's Financial Conduct Authority has revealed that, in 2017, it secured the conviction for money laundering of one Richard Baldwin. However, the case was kept out of the public eye due to reporting restrictions.

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Case Summary: 

Two bankers have been jailed for a total of nine years for fixing (technically "manipulating") the Euro Interbank Offered Rate (EURIBOR) when the global financial crisis was at its worst. An associate who was previously convicted has been ordered to forfeit, under proceeds of crime legislation, less than 5% of his gain from the fraud.

Type of conduct: 
Other financial crime

Case Summary: 

Christopher Woodhead created several companies claiming them to be contractors supplying and applying external coating to houses. But the companies took payment, didn't do the work or did it shabbily and Woodhead took the cash out of the company, setting up another one in its wake. He was jailed after an investigation by the UK's Serious Fraud Office. But that's not the end of the story.

Type of conduct: 
Consumer fraud

The UK's Serious Fraud Office secured a conviction against Ponzi scheme operator David Gerald Dixon in November last year. In addition to a jail sentence, he was ordered to surrender GBP275,000 in respect of proceeds of his crime. The deadline for payment has passed and the Order has not been satisfied.



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