Jailed Trader’s Pension To Be Seized To Pay Ponzi Victims

Law360, London (October 31, 2019, 4:19 PM GMT) -- The Serious Fraud Office said Thursday it has been given the go-ahead by a court to confiscate the pension of a former City trader who was jailed for 13 years for defrauding investors out of £250 million ($320 million) in a Ponzi scheme.

Judge Martin Beddoe ruled at Southwark Crown Court that the crime-fighting agency could seize the available pension of former stockbroker Nicholas Levene to compensate his victims, the watchdog said.

Levene was jailed for 13 years in 2012 after he admitted to dishonestly accepting money from investors between 2005 and 2009 through a scheme in which he conned his victims...

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