fraud triangle

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  • Abouraya v Sigmund & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, February 13, 2014, [2014] EWHC 277 (Ch)

    1. This is an application for permission to continue this action against the first defendant as a derivative claim on behalf of and for the benefit of the second and third defendants. Permission is also sought pursuant to CPR 6.36 to serve the claim form out of the jurisdiction on the second defendant at its registered office in Hong Kong. 2. The c...

    ..., and the first defendant, Anja Sigmund, are the only members of the second defendant, Triangle Metals & Minerals Trading Limited (Triangle HK), a company incorporated in Hong Kong. Each of them ...``where what has been done amounts to fraud and the wrongdoers are themselves in control of the company. In this case the rule is relaxed in ...

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    ...: DickWilson, tel: 01509 223130, or e-mail: R.M.Wilson@lboro.ac.uk NORTH EAST ENGLAND 4 July Fraud risk management Speaker: David Cafferty, Matson Driscoll Damico Time: 6.45 for 7.30pm (buffet on ... shareholder value Speakers: Matt Davies and lan Cornelius Venue: Hilton Hotel, Walsgrave Triangle, Coventry Branch: Coventry Contact: Julie Witts, as above CIMA Mastercourses +44(0)20 7917 9244 ...

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    ... Johnson, tel: 01954 780135 ore-mail: cejohnson@btinternet.com 18 March The work of the Fraud Squad Speaker: Detective Sergeant Kevin Hegarty, Suffolk Constabulary Time: 5.30 for 6pm Venue: The ... & Damico Time: 6.45 for 7.30pm (buffet on arrival) Venue: Hilton Hotel, Walsagrave Triangle, Coventry Cost: 15 [pounds sterling] members and students, 25 [pounds sterling] guests Contact: ...

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    ..., tel: 020 8849 2244, or e-mail: mastercourses@cimaglobal.com 11 September The world of fraud investigation Speaker: David Dilly, Hampshire Police Time: 7 for 7.30pm Venue: Holiday Inn, ... ATC Birmingham and Aston Business School Time: 6.30 for 7pm Venue: Hilton Hotel, Walsgrave Triangle, Coventry Branch: Coventry 24 September Wine tasting and AGM Speaker: Gulzari Babber, chairman, MSC ...

  • Mionis v Democratic Press SA & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 31, 2017, [2017] EWCA Civ 1194

    1. On 13 November 2013, in a settlement agreement, the terms of which were scheduled to a Tomlin Order, the parties to this appeal, with the benefit of expert legal advice, compromised libel proceedings brought by the appellant against the respondents. Within a relatively short period of time, the respondents published two articles, which the appel...

    .... d. References to Bermuda, including a number of references to ``the Bermuda Triangle'' and descriptions of CMA as ``CMA Bermuda''. For example, an article published on 11 December 2012 ... with Bernard Madoff, a financier notorious for his conviction for a massive financial fraud, when the appellant did not know, had never communicated with or proposed common investments with ...

  • R Griggs Group Ltd & Ors v Evans & Ors (No 2), Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, May 12, 2004, [2004] EWHC 1088 (Ch),[2005] 2 WLR 513,[2005] Ch 153,[2004] FSR 48

    A last-moment development in this case raises a point of some importance concerning the scope of the court's equitable jurisdiction. It concerns a person who chooses to acquire property situate abroad when he has notice that it had already been contracted to be transferred to another. Can equity prevent him from retaining the property? I shall fir...

    ... contract was entered into with notice, and I mean actual notice, equity considered it to be a fraud on the first. I must stress that `fraud' in this context does not mean common law fraud, which, in ...After the death of all three members of the triangle, the de jure wife's son, who claimed as her successor according to the law of France, took out ...

  • Chaudhary, R (on the application of) v Bristol Crown Court & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 04, 2014, [2014] EWHC 4096 (Admin)

    1. The relevant facts can be shortly stated. Mohammad Mumtaz Chaudhary (the applicant in these judicial review proceedings) is director and sole shareholder of a company called Accident Claim Helpline Ltd (ACHL). The company processes personal injury claims. It conducts investigations, and it refers cases to firms of solicitors to enable the latter...

    ... Her Majesty's Revenue and Custom (``HMRC''), the second defendant, to suspect large-scale fraud relating to VAT, PAYE and NIC. 2. On 26 August 2011 Mr Andrew Davies applied for nine warrants ... (as relevant to the present application) Accident Claim Helpline's business premises at Triangle House, 2 Broomhill Road, Wandsworth, London SW18 4HX and the applicant's home address at 156 ...

  • Rashid, R v, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, January 18, 2017, [2017] EWCA Crim 2

    1. On 13 November 2015, the applicant was convicted at the Crown Court at Woolwich before HHJ Katz QC and a jury of two offences under s.5 of the Terrorism Act 2006, having earlier pleaded guilty to a count of fraud. He was sentenced to a total of five years' imprisonment. His application for leave to appeal against sentence was considered by thi...

    ... two offences under s.5 of the Terrorism Act 2006, having earlier pleaded guilty to a count of fraud. He was sentenced to a total of five years' imprisonment. His application for leave to appeal ...Alex Smethurst. 48. The applicant also instructed Alex Smethurst, an intermediary for Triangle, an organisation that provides intermediaries. She had obtained degrees in forensic psychology in ...

  • Littlejohns, R (on the application of) v Devon County Council & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, March 24, 2015, [2015] EWHC 730 (Admin)

    1. The Claimants have applied for judicial review of the decision dated 28 May 2014, made by the Defendant, in its capacity as commons registration authority (``the Authority''), refusing the Claimants' application to register rights of common under the Commons Act 2006 (``CA 2006''). 2. The Claimants are farmers and landowners in Devon, who clai...

    ... register unit number) was Okehampton Common (CL 155); Forest of Dartmoor (CL 164) and the Triangle (CL 135). . 8. The farms were previously owned by the late Mr Arthur Littlejohns, the First ... mistake, section 14(a) only provided for rectification of the original register in cases of fraud. . 22. The issue between the parties is whether or not rights of common were acquired by ...

  • Abu Dhabi Investment Company & Ors v H Clarkson & Company Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, May 25, 2007, [2007] EWHC 1267 (Comm)

    Introduction 1. There are three Claimants in this action although the second and the third are special purpose subsidiary companies formed by the first named Claimant for the purpose of investing in what was essentially a joint venture between Abu Dhabi Investment Company and Norasia Shipping Limited, i.e. the First Claimant and the Third Defendant...

    ... Chartered Bank v Pakistan Shipping Corporation 2003 1 AC 959 at page 968, where a fraudulent director sought to escape personal liability by reliance on the representative capacity in which he ...21. Initially Mr. Steiger came up with his so-called ``triangle plan,'' envisaging a new form of fast containership which would have a 30 knot service speed ...

  • Charman v Orion Group Publishing Group Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, October 10, 2007, [2007] EWCA Civ 972,[2008] 1 All ER 750

    1. The subject matter of this appeal is a libel action being tried in stages by Gray J. without a jury. The claimant is Mr Michael Charman, a former detective constable in the Metropolitan Police force. He claims that he has been defamed in a book called ``Bent Coppers'' written by Mr Graeme McLagan and published in hardback by the Orion Publishi...

    ... his position as a police officer by colluding with Brennan in the commission of substantial fraud by Geoffrey Brennan from whom he and Mr Redgrave received corrupt payments totalling £50,000'' ... McCullough (``McCullough'') told Maul to reinvestigate the theft allegation ("Operation Triangle") and report only to him and Commander Penrose (Trial D1/8/179G; 206). . 134. McCullough, it could ...

  • Park Lane Ventures Ltd v Locke & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 29, 2006, [2006] EWHC 1578 (Ch)

    1. These proceedings are brought by Park Lane Ventures Limited, a company which entered Administrative Receivership on 10 December 2001 (“the Company”) to enforce the second of two parts of an alleged option agreement dated 10 January 2000 and made between the Company and the Defendants. The Company is unable to produce the original of such agr...

    ... (“Mr Locke”) was the registered freehold proprietor, free of mortgage, together with a triangle" of land from the northern corner of the back garden of the neighbouring property, 16 Avon Street (\xE2\x80"... in procuring the defendant to enter into the transaction, even though it falls short of fraud (of which Pateman v Pay (1974) 232 EG 457, Templeman J, affords a relatively modern example) and in ...

  • Morgan Sindall Plc v Sawston Farms (Cambs) Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 03, 1998, [1998] EWCA Civ 1905

    Sawston is a village about seven miles south of Cambridge. It has spread out towards Cambridge, with extensive new housing estates and a small business park on the northern perimeter of the village. Beyond these is an area of undeveloped land known as the Deal Grove Estate. That is a misleadingly impressive name for about 14 hectares of undevelo...

    ... land is very roughly triangular (although with various irregularities), the apex of the triangle pointing northwards. The eastern side of the triangle is marked by a disused railway track, with ... The reason is because they have agreed to be bound by it. If there were fraud or collusion, of course, it would be very different. Fraud or collusion unravels everything.". ...

  • The Labyrinthian money trail of Osama bin Laden: President George W Bush is committed to separating Osama bin Laden from his financial support. But before he can confiscate it, first he must find it.

    ...The report identified Pakistan, India and Dubai as "the hawala triangle". The State Department's "Money Laundering and Financial Crimes" report for 2001 lists the UAE with ...Also, terrorist cells are increasingly engaging in criminal activity, such as credit card fraud and identity theft to help finance their operations, making them less dependent on funding from ...

  • Glencore International AG v Alpina Insurance Company Ltd. & Ors, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, November 20, 2003, [2004] 1 LLR 111,[2004] 1 All ER (Comm) 766,[2004] 1 Lloyd's Rep 111,[2003] EWHC 2792 (Comm)

    1. This is what has come to be known as Phase 5 of the Metro litigation arising out of the collapse of Metro Trading International Inc. (``MTI'') and Metro Oil Corporation (``MOC''), collectively known as the Metro Group, in February 1998. For some years prior to that MTI had operated a floating oil storage facility and bunker supply business using...

    ... on a number of different grounds which can be conveniently grouped under the headings `fraud', `misrepresentation and non-disclosure' and `coverage issues'. (a) Fraud. 27. Glencore first ...He described it as a `triangle' philosophy. I think it is likely, therefore, that if Glencore's relationship with MTI had been ...

  • Roberts v Swangrove Estates Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, March 14, 2007, [2007] EWHC 513 (Ch)

    1. This case raises both familiar and novel issues in the law as to adverse possession and limitation. It is framed as a number of preliminary issues but, to most intents and purposes, it is as if there were four separate actions for adverse possession rolled into one. In each of the four cases the land said to have been acquired by adverse posse...

    ... All of Mathern is said to be within the Beaufort Royalty as also is all but a small triangle of Caerleon. Thus as to both Mathern and Caerleon, the contest is between Mr Roberts and ...41. Immediately before that passage Slade J. also held that, in the absence of concealed fraud, it is irrelevant that an owner is ignorant that he has been dispossessed. But I do not take Slade ...

  • Niersmans v Pesticcio, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 01, 2004, [2004] EWCA Civ 372

    ``1. The striking feature of this appeal has been the revelation of continuing misconceptions as to the circumstances in which gifts or other transactions will be set aside on the ground of presumed undue influence, a class of case in which, as Cotton LJ observed in Allcard v. Skinner (1887) 36 Ch D 145,171: ``the court interferes, not on the groun...

    ...Miss Tindall practised from her home in Cardiff under the name ``Triangle Legal Services.''. 13. Miss Tindall had a number of meetings with Bernard. At the request of ... influence is sometimes described as an ``equitable wrong'' or even as a species of equitable fraud, the basis of the court's intervention is not the commission of a dishonest or wrongful act by the ...

  • The ballot and the bullet: last month [June] the strife-torn central African state of Burundi held its first elections in over a decade. Tristan McConnell was there as the shooting and voting both took place. This is his exclusive Eyewitness report for African Business.

    ... for overloading, for a valid tax disc and driving permit and even for an emergency triangle. . The contrast could scarcely be starker as we cross into Burundi and begin the 115km afternoon ... scenario as there were fears that, should CNDD-FDD fail to win, it would call the elections a fraud and mobilise its remaining militants to begin fighting again. . Although the elections were not ...

  • CORRUPTION.

    ... galaxy of annotated cases, describing the mechanisms used, in a work entitled Detournements fraudes et autres malversations dans les entrepdses [embezzlement, fraud and other misappropriations within ...This is behind the coalition recommended by TI, ideally a triangle comprising government, private sector and civil society. Experience shows that it is unrealistic to ...

  • Sisu Capital Fund Ltd & Ors v Tucker & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, September 09, 2005, [2005] EWHC 2170 (Ch)

    A. This application has come on in the Long Vacation as a matter of urgency. I have needed to digest a mass of written material, including case summaries and written opening and closing cases running to several hundred pages, as well as witness statements (excluding exhibits running to some 30 ring-binders) of over 1000 pages. It is impossible fo...

    ... to the inter-company balances (i) the claim of TEG against TXUEG was recognised; (ii) the triangle of liabilities were not treated as having been netted-off; (iii) EH3 was treated as having ... public policy to attempt to enforce EH3's obligation to give EGO BV a guarantee now, being in fraud of insolvency laws and the pari passu treatment of all creditors. b. As a matter of construction, ...

  • Ali v Al-Basri & Anor, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, November 18, 2004, [2004] EWHC 2608 (QB)

    1. Mrs Souad Ali (the Claimant) was born in Iraq of Saudi Arabian parents in 1946. Mr Akeel Al-Basri (the First Defendant) was born in Iraq in 1955 and was of Iraqi nationality at least until after his marriage in England to Mrs Al-Basri (the Second Defendant). The Second Defendant is British by birth. The Claimant paid to the First Defendant ve...

    ... He gave evidence that the First Defendant wrote on a small triangle of paper torn off from a larger sheet two figures namely £30,000 and £33,084. Initially the ... I have not received submissions which would enable me to decide whether this was a fraud on the benefits agency or not. What is clear is that the First Defendant thought it was, even on ...

  • Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) - 28 June 2013

    ...It noted the importance of the "resolution triangle" comprising (i) the design of the bail in tool, in particular the balance between harmonisation and ... Council is consulting on guidance for sentencing certain financial crimes, including fraud, bribery and money laundering. The proposed guidance focuses on assessment of culpability and harm ...