SFO search warrants against Tchenguiz brothers set aside

Ellul, Joanne
July 2012
Fundweb;7/31/2012, p2
Trade Publication
The article informs that Great Britain's High Court has given a judgment to stop search warrants issued to the Serious Fraud Office against entrepreneurs Robert and Vincent Tchenguiz. It is given that the brother were arrested during an inquiry for the collapse of Kaupthing Bank. The judgment says that the warrants issued were unlawful as they were obtained by misrepresentation and non-disclosure to the judge.


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