Serious Fraud Office
Massive boiler room scammer gets more UK jail time
A fraudster known as the “Wolf of Wimbledon” has been given an additional four years in prison after failing to pay a more than £7.5m ($9.9m, €8.5m) confiscation order, the Serious Fraud Office has confirmed.
Serious Fraud Office fights crime with ‘robo-lawyer’
Serious Fraud Office (SFO) cases will benefit from artificial intelligence technology that will allow it to investigate more quickly, reduce costs and achieve a lower error rate, the watchdog said.
Property fund slams closure of Serious Fraud Office case
An investigation into allegations of fraud against investment companies operated by Guernsey-based Stirling Mortimer has been closed by the Serious Fraud Office due to insufficient evidence – a decision that has been strongly criticised by the fund house.