What made financial headlines over the weekend?
Ruling handed down in London
An adviser has told how he was left suffering clinical depression and reliant on anti-depressants after he fell for a £50m scam City watchdogs repeatedly flouted warnings to shut down.
A London jury has found an ex-broker not guilty of rigging the inter-bank lending rate Libor, a day after five others were also acquitted, in a major blow for the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) which brought the case.
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A Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigation into embattled overseas property firm Harlequin has taken evidence from its former accountants, which Harlequin is currently suing.
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Two firm directors who lost investors £50m in a scheme the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) branded "an elaborate scam" have been sentenced to a total of 12 years in prison.
Troubled overseas property group Harlequin is encouraging investors to use compensation payouts to reinvest in its scheme - at the same time as it fights a settlement deal it reached with unhappy investors last year.
A Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigation into criminal wrongdoing by multi-million pound overseas investment Harlequin is entering the "final stages", the SFO said, as it asks investors for the latest information on their dealings with the company....
Court delays and slow progress at the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) bring mixed news for investors in failed property scheme Arck as they fight for a resolution to their £60m saga.
Struggling investors unable to pump more money into troubled overseas property investment Harlequin have been told by the company they risk financial damages claims for breach of contract.
Tesco has said it "sincerely regrets" the accounting error which overstated profits by £263m and is forecasting volatile times ahead for the firm.
The chairman of struggling overseas property investment scheme Harlequin is under fire again, this time for failing to give evidence to a court within the judge's deadline.
Troubled overseas property investment scheme Harlequin has put its headquarters up for sale.
A former independent financial adviser who set up a "no-risk gambling" Ponzi scheme has pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud.
Investors in a suspended unregulated fund have been offered the chance to get some of the £120m they invested back, by one investor who wants to buy their shares.
The convicted fraudsters behind failed property investment Arck have been banned from being company directors for a total of 29 years.
Financial advisers could be on the hook for hundreds of millions of pounds after the latest twist in the Harlequin saga in which the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has written down the value of the investment to nil.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has opened a criminal investigation into an alleged fraud involving investments in teak plantations in Brazil.
Two firm directors who lost investors about £60m in a scheme the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) branded "an elaborate scam" have had their sentencing postponed following fresh allegations made at the eleventh hour.
A presentation given by an IFA at a ‘money club' is set to cost the firm £45,000 in compensation after the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) ruled its slide show strayed into advice.