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Ben Hargreaves defends in Ponzi Fraud at Southwark Crown Court

30/07/2021

Ben Hargreaves acted for Ian Hudson who was prosecuted by the FCA. Ben was instructed by Ben Henry at JRB Solicitors, Birmingham.

Mr Hudson was charged with several offences spanning a ten year period. He had wrongly taken some £2 million from investors that in effect developed into a long running “Ponzi” fraud.

Mr Hudson pleaded guilty to the matters and after substantial mitigation was sentenced to a 4 year term in imprisonment at Southwark CC by HHJ Tomlinson.

You can read more about this case in the following link:-

Ben Hargreaves acted for Ian Hudson who was prosecuted by the FCA. Ben was instructed by Ben Henry at JRB Solicitors, Birmingham.

Mr Hudson was charged with several offences spanning a ten year period. He had wrongly taken some £2 million from investors that in effect developed into a long running “Ponzi” fraud.

Mr Hudson pleaded guilty to the matters and after substantial mitigation was sentenced to a 4 year term in imprisonment at Southwark CC by HHJ Tomlinson.

You can read more about this case in the following link:-

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