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A $95 million payment to Societe Generale shortly before Allen Stanford's firm collapsed is about to take center stage at the Texas financier's criminal trial, CNBC has learned.
Robert Allen Stanford stands accused of a crime we now know all too well: the Ponzi scheme. He once stood at the helm of a financial empire with operations in 140 countries. He was called Sir Allen, knighted by the government of Antigua.
The money is still flowing in Williston, N.D., but the problems surrounding it are growing as well.
Allen Stanford's former college roommate James Davis is now the chief prosecution witness against him. Davis will testify that he witnessed and participated in Stanford's $7 billion Ponzi scheme, the New York Times reports.
The FBI raided the offices of one of the biggest names in Chinese reverse mergers yesterday, according to Roddy Boyd at The Financial Investigator.
In the latest government tactic to prosecute crimes related to the financial crisis, the housing task force will attempt to crack down on financial firms suspected of improperly bundling home loans into securities for investors, the New York Times reports.
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Allen Stanford plans to testify in his own defense against charges he ran a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, one of his defense attorneys said in court today.
The FBI is arresting up to four individuals in its ongoing investigation of insider trading in the hedge fund industry, CNBC has learned.
The federal judge overseeing the criminal trial of accused Ponzi mastermind Allen Stanford has denied a last-minute motion by Stanford’s defense team to withdraw from the case.
The UK’s fraud investigator intends to confiscate shareholder dividends paid by companies convicted of criminal offences, after it won approval for a landmark court action, the Financial Times reports.
Less than two weeks before his trial in one of the biggest alleged investment frauds in U.S. history, attorneys for financier Allen Stanford say they want out of the case.
U.S. authorities investigating a hacking attack on the International Monetary Fund have concluded it originated in China and was probably connected to the government. The FT reports.
A former regional enforcement official with the Securities and Exchange Commission who was accused of ethical violations in the investigations of accused Ponzi schemer Allen Stanford is close to a settlement with authorities, CNBC has confirmed, according to a source close to the case.
Accused Ponzi mastermind Allen Stanford, who is scheduled to go on trial in two weeks on charges he ran a $7 billion scam, says the case should be dismissed because his constitutional rights were violated.
Home to some breathtaking landscape, New Zealand is also host to violent gangs. But some groups are now trying to re-brand themselves and set a possible example worldwide.
The judge overseeing the trial of financier Allen Stanford has ordered the trial to go forward on January 23, denying a defense move to delay the case until late April.
Federal prosecutors say a bid by accused Ponzi mastermind Allen Stanford to delay his criminal trial until late April ignores the interests of thousands of investors in the alleged $7 billion scam.
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