Biggest Money Laundering Bank Fraud Case in the United Kingdom: HSBC HOLDINGS PLC BOARD OF DIRECTORS = “OUR MAN FLINT” = STANDARD LIFE ABERDEEN PLC CHAIRMAN SIR DOUGLAS FLINT – CPS Criminal “Standard of Proof” Prosecution Files – KPMG CHAIRMAN BILL MICHAEL – PWC GLOBAL GENERAL COUNSEL = CARROLL FOUNDATION TRUST = NAME*SWITCH = GERALD 6TH DUKE OF SUTHERLAND TRUST = SLAUGHTER AND MAY SENIOR PARTNER STEVE COOKE – CLIFFORD CHANCE MANAGING PARTNER MATTHEW LAYTON – FCA CHAIRMAN CHARLES RANDELL – HM Revenue & Customs Biggest Corporate Identity Theft Liquidation Case in the World
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The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust multi-billion dollar corporate identity theft offshore tax fraud bribery case which is encircling the HSBC Holdings Plc Chairman Mark Tucker has revealed that a startling array of former Chairmen “centered around” Sir William Purves Sir John Bond Lord Stephen Green and Sir Douglas Flint have been named in the explosive FBI Scotland Yard cross-border criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files in this case of international importance.
Sources have confirmed that the HSBC Bank Group are one of the “core cell high value suspects” surrounding the systematic break-up and criminal liquidation of major operating divisions of the Carroll Global Corporation Trust industrial empire spanning three continents.
Further sources have disclosed that the dossiers contain a compelling evidential paper trail concerning the HSBC Bank Group Sir John Bond and Sir Douglas Flint “sponsored” Clifford Chance law firm and Ernst & Young criminal administration regime which was “targeted” at the Carroll Foundation Trust underlying eighty five corporations stretching the globe.
City of London Police leaked sources have revealed that the compelling evidential criminal prosecution files contain forensic specimen exhibits of two parallel Urban Finance Corporation structures which have been named as the Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust Urban Finance Corporation (Bahamas) Trust and the HSBC Investment Banking Urban Finance Corporation (Gibraltar) Trust which effectively underpinned the HM Treasury “sponsored” embezzlement break-up and fraudulent liquidation offences “targeted” at the Gerald J. H. Carroll Trusts worldwide business empire.
In a stunning twist it has also emerged that the HSBC Bank Group under the stewardship of Sir John Bond and Sir Douglas Flint fraudulently incorporated a UK Companies House “registered” Urban Finance Corporation Ltd group structure in what is known to have been a bungled attempt to provided a diversionary corporate smokescreen for the embezzlement of a mind boggling two hundred and fifty million dollars of Gerald Carroll’s huge treasury investment holdings which were held at the Queen’s bankers Coutts & Co and Barclays International.
Scotland Yard leaked sources have said that the HSBC Bank Group are confronting major criminal allegations of conspiracy to defraud racketeering offshore tax fraud obstruction and bribery “centered around” what can only be termed as the “corporate highjacking” of two of the Carroll family lawyers respectively Withersworldwide and Clifford Chance whilst “in parallel” defrauding the HSBC Bank Group shareholders and the Gerald J. H. Carroll Trusts worldwide interests of more than two hundred and fifty million dollars of treasury investment holdings.
This source also disclosed that Sir John Bond relocated the HSBC Nassau Bahamas offices to the Sir Victor Sassoon building known as Sassoon House Shirley Street Nassau which essentially was the “corporate birth place” of the Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust and the Urban Finance Corporation (Bahamas) Trust investment banking operations.
The Carroll Foundation Trust files are held within a complete lockdown at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard London under the supervision of the Commissioner Cressida Dick QPM who is known to have an intimate knowledge of this major public interest case.
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