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07:00, 7 FEB 2014
Region near top of UK's fraud list of shame
The region saw the highest level of reported fraud outside London for the third consecutive year, racking up crimes worth more than £205 million in the last 12 months, according to BDO’s Fraud Track research.
Gary Hexley investors hit out at police conduct
Walmley-based pensioners Gerry and Mary Lamming say their complaints to police in May 2010 were ignored
Judge praises Press for helping end 'cynical' scam of Gary Hexley and John Cooper
Disgraced financial advisors were jailed after duping more than 200 investors out of £2m
Disgraced financial advisor Gary Hexley jailed for two years
Staffordshire businessman and co-defendant John Cooper pocketed more than £80,000 between them while they were not authorised to give financial advice.
A sorry tale of a system rotten to its deepest core
250 investors lost money when they entrusted Gary Hexley with it. He was convicted this week.
Crooked financier’s victim wins 5-year payout battle
Ron Jefferson, who lost more than £13,200 after investing with the disgraced finance adviser, finally received a letter from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme to say his payout had been approved
Call for shamed financier to be jailed
Victims of a financier found guilty of duping people this week want to see action
Gary Hexley tells court: Evil banks made me go bust
Court hears former financier failed to mention to clients that he had been made bankrupt in May 2010
Disgraced financier banned from directorships
Disgraced Sutton Coldfield financier Gary Hexley has been banned from directorships for nine years for misusing more than £500,000 handed over for investment by the elderly.
Failed financial adviser Gary Hexley arrested on suspicion of misleading clients
Banned financial adviser Gary Hexley, whose collapsed firm left more than 200 creditors out of pocket to the tune of more than £2 million has been arrested on suspicion of duping his clients.
Creditors owed £2m in Greenfield collapse hit by car deal blow
Liquidators agreed to sell the only asset from the £2 million-plus collapse of Gary’s Hexley’s Greenfield International back to his wife – but she defaulted on the car deal.
Government to consider compensation claims for Greenfield investors
Government officials have launched an inquiry into potential help for dozens of victims of the Gary Hexley fiasco.
MP to table question over Gary Hexley financial scandal
A financial scandal – which has left more than 230 creditors out of pocket to the tune of up to £80,000 – is to be raised in Parliament.
Bankrupt financier Gary Hexley sorry to clients for 'awful situation'
Banned financier Gary Hexley has broken his silence over the £2 million collapse of his firm – and said he was “desperately sorry” for leaving over 200 creditors facing losses of up to £80,000.
Investors call for new probe into collapsed Sutton Coldfield financial adviser
Pensioners caught up in a £2 million-plus trail of heartbreak and misery left by a disgraced financial adviser have called for a new police investigation.