SFO probes £100m shortfall at Keydata

Stodell, Hannah
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/2/2009, p1
The article reports on the investigation made by the British Serious Fraud Office on the missing assets of PricewaterhouseCoppers LLP (PwC) invested in Keydata Co. plans worth £103 million in 2009 in Great Britain. It states that PwC is aware that its investment in Keydata plans has not been returned since 2008, wherein they received information that the assets have been cashed in. It cites that the secure income bond of 5,500 investors of Keydata has been affected.


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