Police could be poised to press charges against several HBOS bankers and consultants after a two-year investigation into large-scale fraud and corruption involving the Edinburgh-based bank.
Thames Valley Police has already handed evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service. The papers have since been reviewed by the director of public prosecutions, Keir Starmer and Attorney General Dominic Grieve. The Sunday Herald has learned that the charges – that could include corruption – could be pressed within weeks.
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