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Sentencing set in military vehicle contract fraud case

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Sentencing set in military vehicle contract fraud case: Sentencing set in military vehicle contract fraud case. February 20, 2018 Local News. (Danville, Va.) — Attorneys for a Canadian man convicted of defrauding the U.S. military after being contracted to supply armored vehicles for use in Iraq are asking a federal judge for leniency. Defense attorneys say …: Google Alert – Fraud

Fraud schemes gets Stratford woman 41 months in jail: Rachel Alexander, a 40-year-old Stratford woman, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven to 41 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for participating in two fraud schemes. John H. Durham, U.S. Attorney for Connecticut, said the first …: Google Alert – Fraud

India's Jaitley slams oversight lapses amid huge bank fraud probe: NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) – India's Finance Minister decried a “lack of ethics” among sections of Indian business on Tuesday and criticized inadequate oversight by auditors and regulators, after the financial sector was rocked by a $ 1.8 billion fraud at a state-run bank. Arun Jaitley did not specifically …: Google Alert – Fraud

Punjab National Bank on credit watch due to fraud case: Nomura, which has maintained a 'buy' ratings on the stock, however, estimates that exposure to the fraud could be more than what has been announced so far. Nomura said in a note that it believed that the lender's loss will be "very high." It said: "The total exposure could be 130 billion rupees, with 113 …: Google Alert – Fraud

Nirav Modi fraud case and India's bank debt crisis: The biggest news story in India over the last week has centred around a billionaire jeweller, Nirav Modi, who has allegedly defrauded one of India's largest banks of more than a billion dollars. Columnist Vivek Kaul explains why the case could be just a sign of a far deeper problem in India's banking …: Google Alert – Fraud

Nirav Modi fraud case and India's bank debt crisis: Punjab National Bank (PNB) is India's second largest government-owned bank with assets of around $ 111.7bn (£79bn) as of 31 March 2017. The total amount of the alleged fraud has been estimated to total $ 1.8bn. Reports suggest that Mr Modi – no relation to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi – left …: Google Alert – Fraud

India arrests 6 suspects in .8 billion bank fraud case: FILE- In this Monday, Feb. 19, 2018 file photo, officials of the Central Bureau of Investigation and bank staff stand inside during a raid at the Punjab National Bank in Mumbai, India. India's federal investigating agency says it has arrested six people in an alleged $ 1.8 billion bank fraud case.: Google Alert – Fraud

More Arrests In Punjab National Bank Diamond Fraud Case: Either the framework designed by RBI to prevent and detect such frauds is inadequate or RBI is unable to ensure its effective implementation.” Rajeev Kumar, the top government official overseeing bank activities in India, said in an interview with Reuters that the finance ministry had communicated to the …: Google Alert – Fraud

Feds had evidence to arrest Paul Manafort in 2014, but alleged M fraud was considered too …: Federal investigators had enough evidence to bust former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort in 2014, but let him go because his alleged fraud — estimated to be more than $ 40 million — was considered too minor compared to the former Ukrainian president,the target of their investigation, …: Google Alert – Fraud

14 in court for alleged driver's license fraud: Fourteen suspects are expected to appear in the Potchefstroom and Mogwase magistrates' courts on Tuesday to face charges of fraud and corruption. This comes.: Google Alert – Fraud




Driver’s licence syndicate in court

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The 14 suspects arrested by the Hawks in the North West on Monday for alleged driver's licence fraud are expected to appear in court this morning. The suspects, aged between 29 and 66, include seven traffic examiners, four driving school owners … [Continue reading]