The Federal Bureau of Investigation's white-collar most wanted list includes all kinds of alleged nonviolent crime, from petty mortgage swindling to fraudulent hedge fund management.
Data show that in the last three years, at least 27 fugitives from the regularly updated list have been captured. Of greater concern to law enforcement, however, are 20 individuals who have managed to evade capture for those three years or longer.
The bureau defines white-collar crime as "the full range of frauds committed by business and government professionals." CNBC.com picked the 10 most interesting cases, some of which offer rewards of up to $20,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Keep your eyes peeled and you could snag some of that prize money!
All information here comes from the FBI database. Read on for the 10 white-collar fugitives on the FBI's wishlist.
By Evelyn Cheng, Special to CNBC.com
Posted 10 Dec. 2013