14 Arrested for money laundering – BBC News examples money laundering

In co-ordinated activity in stoke newington, a man was arrested after two businesses and one private address were raided by HMRC accompanied by officers from the metropolitan police.

An organised crime gang is believed to have created a chain of companies, claiming to sub-contract labour for construction projects, with the intent of disappearing before any tax was paid.

Business records, cash and computer equipment were seized during the operation.

This investigation is targeting a suspected organised crime gang involved in sophisticated multi-million pound income tax and VAT frauds in the construction industry, and the associated laundering of the criminal profits, said john whiting, assistant director of criminal investigation with HMRC.

The frauds are believed to have resulted in the theft of millions of pounds of public revenue.

In belfast, nine men were arrested aged between 22 and 57.Examples money laundering A 48-year-old woman was also arrested.

A 46-year-old man was arrested in county armagh, a 54-year-old man in county londonderry and a 35-year-old man in county antrim.

The man arrested in london was 37.

All are currently being interviewed by HMRC officers and investigations are continuing.

In co-ordinated activity in stoke newington, a man was arrested after two businesses and one private address were raided by HMRC accompanied by officers from the metropolitan police.

An organised crime gang is believed to have created a chain of companies, claiming to sub-contract labour for construction projects, with the intent of disappearing before any tax was paid.

Business records, cash and computer equipment were seized during the operation.

This investigation is targeting a suspected organised crime gang involved in sophisticated multi-million pound income tax and VAT frauds in the construction industry, and the associated laundering of the criminal profits, said john whiting, assistant director of criminal investigation with HMRC.Examples money laundering

The frauds are believed to have resulted in the theft of millions of pounds of public revenue.

In belfast, nine men were arrested aged between 22 and 57. A 48-year-old woman was also arrested.

A 46-year-old man was arrested in county armagh, a 54-year-old man in county londonderry and a 35-year-old man in county antrim.

The man arrested in london was 37.

All are currently being interviewed by HMRC officers and investigations are continuing.

In co-ordinated activity in stoke newington, a man was arrested after two businesses and one private address were raided by HMRC accompanied by officers from the metropolitan police.

An organised crime gang is believed to have created a chain of companies, claiming to sub-contract labour for construction projects, with the intent of disappearing before any tax was paid.

Business records, cash and computer equipment were seized during the operation.Examples money laundering

This investigation is targeting a suspected organised crime gang involved in sophisticated multi-million pound income tax and VAT frauds in the construction industry, and the associated laundering of the criminal profits, said john whiting, assistant director of criminal investigation with HMRC.

The frauds are believed to have resulted in the theft of millions of pounds of public revenue.

In belfast, nine men were arrested aged between 22 and 57. A 48-year-old woman was also arrested.

A 46-year-old man was arrested in county armagh, a 54-year-old man in county londonderry and a 35-year-old man in county antrim.

The man arrested in london was 37.

All are currently being interviewed by HMRC officers and investigations are continuing.

In co-ordinated activity in stoke newington, a man was arrested after two businesses and one private address were raided by HMRC accompanied by officers from the metropolitan police.Examples money laundering

An organised crime gang is believed to have created a chain of companies, claiming to sub-contract labour for construction projects, with the intent of disappearing before any tax was paid.

Business records, cash and computer equipment were seized during the operation.

This investigation is targeting a suspected organised crime gang involved in sophisticated multi-million pound income tax and VAT frauds in the construction industry, and the associated laundering of the criminal profits, said john whiting, assistant director of criminal investigation with HMRC.

The frauds are believed to have resulted in the theft of millions of pounds of public revenue.

In belfast, nine men were arrested aged between 22 and 57. A 48-year-old woman was also arrested.

A 46-year-old man was arrested in county armagh, a 54-year-old man in county londonderry and a 35-year-old man in county antrim.Examples money laundering

The man arrested in london was 37.

All are currently being interviewed by HMRC officers and investigations are continuing.

In co-ordinated activity in stoke newington, a man was arrested after two businesses and one private address were raided by HMRC accompanied by officers from the metropolitan police.

An organised crime gang is believed to have created a chain of companies, claiming to sub-contract labour for construction projects, with the intent of disappearing before any tax was paid.

Business records, cash and computer equipment were seized during the operation.

This investigation is targeting a suspected organised crime gang involved in sophisticated multi-million pound income tax and VAT frauds in the construction industry, and the associated laundering of the criminal profits, said john whiting, assistant director of criminal investigation with HMRC.Examples money laundering

The frauds are believed to have resulted in the theft of millions of pounds of public revenue.

In belfast, nine men were arrested aged between 22 and 57. A 48-year-old woman was also arrested.

A 46-year-old man was arrested in county armagh, a 54-year-old man in county londonderry and a 35-year-old man in county antrim.

The man arrested in london was 37.

All are currently being interviewed by HMRC officers and investigations are continuing.