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NAB Islamabad Jobs – Application Form & Selection Procedure

Here at this page you’ll have NAB Islamabad Jobs 2015 Application Form & Selection Procedure. Jobs in NAB National Accountability Bureau Islamabad are available and […] The post NAB Islamabad Jobs – Application Form & Selection...
by PkVacancy on Jun 27, 2015

Did you know that all criminals are not created equal?

As Geico says, 'Everybody knows that'!Al Sharpton, one third of the race-bating troika that also includes Barack Obama and Eric Holder, is alleged to owe millions in unpaid taxes!The penalty for said forgetfulness? Being welcomed as a frequent guest...
by The Political Commentator on Feb 9, 2015

Hard to prosecute white collar crime – Feeley

The Serious Fraud Office’s decision not to lay criminal charges over the collapse of Hanover Finance shows how tough it is to prosecute white collar crime under the present law, former SFO boss Adam Feeley says. The decision not to charge Hanov...
by Mafia Today on Apr 30, 2013

Hard to prosecute white collar crime – Feeley

The Serious Fraud Office’s decision not to lay criminal charges over the collapse of Hanover Finance shows how tough it is to prosecute white collar crime under the present law, former SFO boss Adam Feeley says. The decision not to charge Hanov...
by Mafia Today on Apr 30, 2013

Robert Shearer, former SF State Director, Busted for Alleged White-Collar Crime

The corruption saga surrounding Robert Shearer, the former SF State employee accused scamming the cash-strapped university out of millions, is finally coming to a head. After years of investigation, Shearer was arrested on April 18 in his Fremont hom...
by Mafia Today on Apr 26, 2013

Robert Shearer, former SF State Director, Busted for Alleged White-Collar Crime

The corruption saga surrounding Robert Shearer, the former SF State employee accused scamming the cash-strapped university out of millions, is finally coming to a head. After years of investigation, Shearer was arrested on April 18 in his Fremont hom...
by Mafia Today on Apr 26, 2013

Rogue trader Nick Leeson contemplated paying fellow inmates to kill him after he was jailed over collapse of Barings Bank

‘Rogue Trader’ says he met Mafia-connected men who would do the deed It would have cost him £10,000 as he did not want to do it himself Amazingly, he spoke to wife and father about organising the hit for him Leeson, now 46, also commente...
by Mafia Today on Apr 25, 2013

Rogue trader Nick Leeson contemplated paying fellow inmates to kill him after he was jailed over collapse of Barings Bank

‘Rogue Trader’ says he met Mafia-connected men who would do the deed It would have cost him £10,000 as he did not want to do it himself Amazingly, he spoke to wife and father about organising the hit for him Leeson, now 46, also commente...
by Mafia Today on Apr 25, 2013

Prudential Hits Bank of America With $2 Billion Racketeering Suit

Prudential Insurance alleges in a New Jersey federal court lawsuit that Bank of America and Merrill Lynch engaged in racketeering as part of a scheme to defraud and mislead it on sales of $2 billion worth of mortgage-backed securities. The complaint...
by Mafia Today on Apr 4, 2013

Doing Life For A White-Collar Crime – The Tale of Christian Allmendinger

Long prison terms are usually associated with violent crimes (rape, murder, armed robbery). However, the Federal Sentencing Guidelines can put a first-time, non-violent offender behind bars for the remainder of their life. Ponzi schemes such as those...
by Mafia Today on Mar 19, 2013

Alberta Investors Protection: Town Hall Meetings

As some of my readers may know I have posted quite a few articles over the last few years on the 'gold dust twins' from Bridgecreek (River Run). Those infamous and some would say dastardly individuals who apparently lived the high life on other peopl...
by JOHN PRINCE on Feb 19, 2013

Construction: Collusion may be the industry’s fatal flaw

The state has been caught between a brick and a hard place in its crackdown on long-running cartels in South Africa’s construction industry. The rot appears to run deep and wide in South Africa’s construction sector following recent damning alleg...
by Mafia Today on Feb 8, 2013

Former White Collar Criminal Urges Ethics

When it comes to understanding white collar criminals, Walter A. Pavlo, Jr. wants financial services professionals to know one thing: they look a lot like them. Pavlo, who was once a promising rising executive at MCI WorldCom, was sentenced to 41 mon...
by Mafia Today on Feb 6, 2013

Legacies of Shame: The White Collar Crime Epidemic in America

On Thursday, two prominent fraudsters were sentenced to lengthy prison terms, underscoring the seemingly epidemic levels of white collar crime in America. The prior day, former Illinois governor George Ryan was released from a federal penitentiary in...
by Mafia Today on Feb 3, 2013

Legacies of Shame: The White Collar Crime Epidemic in America

On Thursday, two prominent fraudsters were sentenced to lengthy prison terms, underscoring the seemingly epidemic levels of white collar crime in America. The prior day, former Illinois governor George Ryan was released from a federal penitentiary in...
by Mafia Today on Feb 3, 2013

White Collar Practice In 2013: An Old Look For A New Year?

2012 was a big year in the government’s pursuit of white collar crime. 2013 – the five year anniversary of the financial crisis – brings new legislators, new regulators, and the possibility that a looming statute of limitations may compel autho...
by Mafia Today on Jan 24, 2013

How Pursuit of Billionaire Hit One Dead End

When Jonathan Hollander left his high-flying job at SAC Capital Advisors in late 2008, he departed one of Wall Street’s premier hedge funds. Weeks later, when two Federal Bureau of Investigation agents confronted him outside the Equinox gym in Gree...
by Mafia Today on Jan 15, 2013

HSBC to pay record $1.9 billion U.S. fine in money laundering case

(Reuters) – HSBC has agreed to pay a record $1.92 billion fine to settle a multi-year probe by U.S. prosecutors, who accused Europe’s biggest bank of failing to enforce rules designed to prevent the laundering of criminal cash. HSBC Holdi...
by Mafia Today on Dec 11, 2012

RCMP sets sights on white-collar crime

The RCMP is hoping that a new strategy of going after crooked securities lawyers, investment advisers and stock brokers as if they were drug dealers and mobsters will turn around the fortunes of its white-collar crime units. Formed almost a decade ag...
by Mafia Today on Nov 26, 2012

‘The Greatest Epidemic Of Elite White-Collar Crime In The History Of The World’

The banks run by executives now in prison for crimes related to the financial crisis had a combined $30 billion in assets. That is just one-tenth the size of the largest bank failure in U.S. history, the 2008 seizure of Washington Mutual Inc.’s...
by Mafia Today on Nov 13, 2012


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