Further to our blog about the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime, here is the links to the speeches of our members Nigel Henderson and Clive May. Both were I think exceptional speakers and have given very clear examples of exactly how bad bank conduct can be. In both these instances the bank concerned was RBS but, as many of us know, RBS don't have the exclusive on this kind of conduct. So called 'business support units' in all the major banks have caused havoc for SMEs and I hope these videos are widely viewed by bankers as well as their victims!
These were shot on a GoPro filming from the back of the room so we couldn't do any fancy editing but it's what was said that's important. Hope you enjoy them (although enjoy is probably the wrong word). Please do retweet them and leave us your comments.
Both speakers are really exceptional and well informed. I'm glad that they were the ones chosen to speak in front of the meeting. I hope that this issue can be placed more into the light. This is no laughing matter and it needs serious attention. Hopefully, we can be given more information regarding their transactions and they become more transparent with their actions.
4/14/2017 02:46:00 pm
Fraud is a serious case of crime. It's heavily punishable by law. Everyone who's trying to make it seem like they will get away with it, doesn't know the dire consequences behind it. It has some serious effects for those who plan to do it. Banks should start increasing their security, to avoid these types of action.
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