A woman at the centre of an alleged series of complex mortgage frauds was operating as a mortgage broker but was not registered, the Serious Fraud Office says.
It announced today that it has laid 46 charges against a group of people.
The primary defendant is Eli Devoy, 44, who is also known as Ellie Stone.
The SFO says she conducted a series of property sales and purchases between 2007 and 2010, and deceived the banks into approving mortgage applications.
The applications were based on false documents and information.
It has been reported that she is a mortgage broker but the SFO confirmed today that she is not...MORE»
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