In this third episode, of our monthly FraudCast series, Jim Gee discusses the on-going fraud investigations into the bounce back loans scheme, with annual reports and accounts highlighting a potential cost to the government and taxpayers of £15 billion to £26 billion – an enormous sum. Jim also examines the huge spike in cybercrime, resulting from cybercriminals trying to exploit the current COVID-19 health and economic emergency.
For this month’s specialist interview, Jim is joined by Jonathan Tickner, who is a Partner and Head of Commercial Litigation and Civil Fraud for Peters and Peters a leading firm of lawyers specialising in financial crime.
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