Forget the cliché of a jaded executive fiddling the books; Britain's fraudsters are now young, tech-savvy – and catching organizations off-guard.» Read More
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Martin Sigillito spent investor money hoarding expensive books and antiques. One book alone cost $120,000.
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Money laundering can be described as "moving money to disguise what it is" and there are steps to sniff out these funds.