SFO suffers High Court setback in Kaupthing investigation

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The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has pledged to continue its investigation into a property magnate linked to the collapse of Icelandic bank Kaupthing, despite a setback in the High Court related to search warrants it obtained as part of its inquiries.

The High Court on Tuesday said warrants issued to the SFO in its investigation into Robert and Vincent Tchenguiz must be set aside. Only Robert Tchenguiz is still being investigated by the SFO. ...

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