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A former relationship manager at Royal Bank of Scotland is facing a possible jail sentence after pleading guilty to two out of three counts relating to a £3m mortgage fraud.

 

The case, originally brought before the Old Bailey in October, involves two former RBS executives, Andrew Ratnage and Raymond Pask, who are accused of inflating valuations on a series of properties and obtaining mortgages worth a combined figure of over £4m.

 

More: http://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/news-and-features/latest-news/ex-rbs-manager-facing-jail-term-over-3m-mortgage-fraud/2004198.article


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As usual a very light service in her majestic rooms of pleasure for a couple of years no pay back from the millions lost to thees excessively greedy B******s


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Before making comments it may be helpful to know what the charge and sentence actually is and if there is any payback from the proceeds of crime act.

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