View photosFormer Barclays trader Alex Pabon (L) arrives for sentencing at Southwark Crown Court in London, Britain July 7, 2016. REUTERS/Neil HallMore By Kirstin Ridley LONDON (Reuters) - Three former Barclays traders jailed for manipulating ... Yahoo! Finance, 2 weeks ago
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Chris Cairns leaves Southwark Crown Court during his trial last year. Chris Cairns has met fire with fire, with the all-rounder saying he was intent on getting on with life and so shouldBrendon McCullum. McCullumtestified against Cairns,who ...The Press NZ, 1 month ago The Big Read: How Chris Cairns was acquitted New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago Cairns strikes back Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago Chris Cairns tells Brendon McCullum 'stop talking about me' get a life Dominion Post, 1 month ago
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Former trader Tom Hayes arrives at Southwark Crown Court with his wife Sarah in London, Britain June 1, 2015. Reuters Tom Hayes, the former banker convicted for his role in rigging the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) has heavily criticised ...Business Insider UK, 1 month ago Tom Hayes: the unluckiest trader or a scapegoat? Barrister Magazine, 1 month ago
Former governor of Delta State, James Ibori who was jailed for money laundering offences by Southwark Crown court UK in 2012 is set to appeal his conviction following new evidence of police misconduct in the investigation of his case. James ...NTA.ng, 2 months ago Ibori Appeals UK Conviction, 2 Months Before Completion of Jail Term Nigerian Bulletin, 2 months ago Nigerian ex-governor to appeal UK conviction, alleging police corruption Indian Express, 2 months ago Ibori To Appeal His Conviction, Alleges UK Police Corruption Uncova, 2 months ago
Former Governor of Delta State, Chief James Ibori's trial will resume today at the Southwark Crown Court in London under David Tomlinson to enable the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) led by Jonathon Kinnear and Mike Newbold to set out its position ...AllAfrica.com, 2 months ago London Trial: Ibori Calls for Independent Inquiry into Justice Perversion This Day Online, 2 months ago Ibori: The return of a Godfather LiveNewsNG.com, 2 hours ago Oghara people call on UK to release Ibori claiming he was jailed for resource control Uncova, 1 month ago
Southwark Crown Court has issued £1m in fines following the death of a carpenter and serious injuries sustained by two of his colleagues. This was the result of an incident that occurred on 29 October 2012 when a temporary wooden platform above a ...Premises & Facilities Management Magazine, 1 week ago Worker dies when temporary platform collapses Health and Safety Executive, 1 month ago Platform collapse kills worker in South London Construction Index, 1 month ago Three firms fined more than £1m after platform collapse Insider Media Limited, 1 month ago
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A FORMER BlackRock fund manager yesterday pleaded guilty to two counts of insider dealing. At Southwark Crown Court, former equity portfolio manager Mark Lyttleton, admitted dealing on the basis of insider information while working at BlackRock.4 Traders, 1 month ago Mark Lyttleton pleads guilty to insider dealing FTSE Global Markets, 1 month ago Former BlackRock Fund Manager Pleads Guilty to Insider Trading ACQ Magazine, 1 month ago Former Investment Portfolio Manager Admits Insider Dealing JD Supra, 3 weeks ago
The sentence was delivered this week at the Inner London Crown Court following a prosecution by Southwark Council. Mr Varinder Singh Saini (36) ran the crooked operation from the Post Office located on Southwark Park Road. He pleaded guilty to ...Southwark London Borough Council, 1 month ago
This column first appeared in No Mouthguard: Honestnorks. Subscribe and get it emailed to you every Thursday. Brendon McCullum is out. Not cheaply, just short of a half century, take $49.99 to a bookshop near you, and you can buy his book Declared.Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago Mark Reason: Brendon McCullum threw too many people under the bus Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago Baz, Cairnsy, Louie, still hurting Sunday Star-Times, 1 month ago Opinion: Everyone suffered Unlimited Magazine, 1 month ago
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A female prisoner officer was jailed for three years and four months at Southwark Crown Court yesterday, Thursday 20 October after being caught trying to smuggle cannabis into the prison where she worked. Tiana Duncan, 26 (19.04.90), of Capel ...MyNewsDesk, 1 month ago Yes, I smuggled for prisoners. Didn't get paid though. Court News UK, 1 month ago
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