nonexistent deposits in the Banco do Brasil has helped affable men in suits get out of large-scale fraud
no weapon was never removed, no terrified cashier, a bank vault is not broken. However, the rapid rise and fall of Langbar International was one of the most audacious, meticulously planned the theft which took place in Britain.
and researchers believe that was done by a small group of well-mannered, middle-aged businessmen from all over the European continent, which is certainly not now face justice. How they will never be known, but the losses of victims is estimated at 100 million pounds. frauds so well that exploit many of his left pocket - including big names in town, including Gartmore, Merrill Lynch, Henderson and Pension universities - not even a realized he had, in fact, flew up to weeks after the event, when the elaborate facade collapsed in October 2005. Ultimately, it took just two quick calls to check on the phone to a bank to expose the imposture. relatively minor conviction this week of Chief Stuart Pearson, the only Brit involved, marks the end of the road for fraud and serious researchers of the City of London police, after six years continued City the case of Bermuda, Brazil, Argentina, Switzerland and Spain. Long before Pearson had heard of a Crown corporation, and concealing his disappointment behind a mountain of papers of support signed by a number of companies reference list in the C-Ville , the crooks led multinational IPO in London built vehicle fraud in Bermuda in 2003. debuted on the AIM market of young people from the London Stock Exchange. It was called "cash shell" - he had no operations, but they would have cash reserves in a Brazilian bank. The funds were raised from its main investor, Lambert Financial, a privately held company says it is supported by wealthy families in Latin America. There followed a series of announcements of shares of the company that seems more and more extravagant. Crown had earned more than $ 600 million (£ 375m) contract in Argentina for the construction and waste management - but without any of the local media organizations such agreements. Argentine officials later say the investigators of fraud would have been impossible.
On another occasion, the Crown said it was investing in a gold mine. Later examination of the experts suggested that allow the mine should be "one of the largest gold deposits in the developing world." Not at all.
followed by other stories above the large investments in the group of Russian gas. Again, that came to nothing.
In fact, the trip to Brazil was the most elaborate of all the disappointments. Upon arrival Pearson said a bomb threat to the Bank's main office in Brazil meant a meeting with one of the lawyers of the bank should be conducted elsewhere. São Paulo police investigators would later block SFO service office that had been hijacked Pearson has been a hotspot of apparent fraud. The signature of the lawyer was a doodle is not identified. Advisor assumes that it has never been traced.