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Man accused of helping friend launder money denies knowing of criminal activity


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This is an ongoing court case so best not to comment until the trial is over.

Man accused of helping friend launder money denies knowing of criminal activity

 

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A man accused of helping his friend to launder money stolen from the Bermuda Government denied knowing he was involved in criminal activity, a court heard.

Joel Ismail is charged with helping his friend Jeffrey Bevan, an accountant, to launder money by buying properties with some of the £1.3m he transferred from his employer into his own account.

 

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A former boss of Ismail at NTL, Neil Ward, gave a character reference in court describing Ismail as “good family man” who “can be a bit naive”.

He added: “I would trust him with my bank and my children.”

In court on Thursday Ismail said he started to invest in rental properties in 2008 as his salary increased. The court heard he received a “big payout” from Skype shares in 2011 and developed what he called his Swansea Business Plan.

 

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