defrauding


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The SEC charged Cambridge Capital Group Advisors, LLC (f/k/a Cambridge Capital Advisors, LLC); Cambridge’s president Phillip Timothy Howard, a Florida attorney who represented the retired players in the class action lawsuit; and Don Warner Reinhard, a former registered investment adviser previously barred by the SEC, with defrauding 20 investors in two proprietary hedge funds operating out of Howard’s law offices.
The issue was raised days after Supreme Court directed the Union and State governments to move against builders defrauding homebuyers even as it cancelled the registration of Amrapali Group under the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA).
Speaking on TV3's monthly business show, Time With The Captains, he said, '...there is actually report, a research done, and it said, 40 percent of all new graduates who go into banks, cashiering jobs, et cetera, go with an intention of defrauding the institution.'
He was accused of defrauding Gatitu self-help group of Sh1.2 million by pretending that he could help it invest in shares.
figure By NDUNG'U GACHANE Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations on Monday arrested Murang'a MCA Peter Mburu Muthoni alias Wamsoo for allegedly defrauding a woman.
Bishop, the former Hot Springs insurance agent who acknowledged in a July bankruptcy proceeding that he had taken out fraudulent loans, has pleaded guilty to defrauding two banks out of more than $3.5 million.
A WOMAN has been arrested in connection with the PS106,000 defrauding of a pensioner.
KARACHI -- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Karachi Tuesday arrested a proclaimed offender (PO) Rizwan Ahmed for defrauding public.
In parallel, legislation is planned to strengthen the mechanisms to prevent the defrauding of senior citizens.
An online medium had reported on Tuesday that Baban-Inna was arrested for defrauding the Wife of the President to the time of N2.5 billion which he had collected from different individuals purportedly on behalf of Aisha but did not remit to her.
The Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) arrested Margarita Huang after receiving complaints of defrauding hundreds of individuals for purported investments.
A court was told the charges related to a period between June 2008 and May 2016 and involved allegedly defrauding HM Revenue and Customs out of PS4,897,123.65.