In the Media

Crime and punishment: Britain's biggest fraudsters

PUBLISHED November 5, 2012

In 1997, the former shipping tycoon Abbas Gokal was jailed for 14 years for his role in the collapse of Bank of Credit & Commerce International. Levene could take some comfort from Gokal's experience; he was released after just six years despite failing to meet the terms of a £3m confiscation order against him.

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