'Banker bribed with sex parties cash in exchange for loans'



A banker was allegedly bribed with "funny money" to spend on girls for sex parties in exchange for loans which consultants he worked with profited from, a court has heard.
HBOS banker Lynden Scourfield and others are said to have attended several parties involving high-end escorts where sex acts allegedly took place at a flat in west London, Southwark Crown Court was told.
A man employed by consultant David Mills, whose corporate entity Quayside (QCS) was engaged to advise some of the high-risk businesses under Scourfield's portfolio, was asked to deliver an envelope of cash... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 36
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