Fraudulent duo get 11 years sentences over multi-million investment scam 

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Fraudulent duo get 11 years sentences over multi-million investment scam 

A London court sentenced two former directors of a green investment scheme on 15 June to 11 years each for defrauding investors out of nearly £37m through the promotion of a Brazilian forestry scheme. Andrew Nathaniel Skeene (44) and Junie Conrad Omari Bowers (45) were sentenced at Southwark Crown Court, the Serious Fraud Office said in a statement on 15 June.  In May this year the SFO secured the convictions of Skeene and Bowers on three counts of conspiracy to defraud and one count of...

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