More defendants face civil trial over GP Noble pension 'fraud'

Jenna Towler
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A Gibraltar-based law firm and Australian financial advice firm have been added to the list of defendants in the £52m GP Noble civil lawsuit.

The second stage of the civil trial - brought to recover the money allegedly fraudulently removed from nine UK pension schemes - is set to be held in October this year. The civil litigation is running...

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