Banker Helped Launder £16m

Saturday, 4th November 2017 at 5:29pm

Mail Online reports that a Barclays banker helped computer hackers launder £16million by setting up 400 fake accounts.

Nilesh Sheth used fake documents to set up ‘mule’ accounts for a network of cyber bandits while he worked as a personal banking manager.

Whilst being tracked by the National Crime Agency, Sheth was seen meeting with gang members in restaurants and car parks and when officers raided his home, they found £16,000 in cash and nine mobile phones.

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