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Smith & Williamson Accountants Fraudster Case Files UK Companies House Biggest Fraud Case


Shocking new allegations in the Carroll Foundation Trust case has revealed that Smith & Williamson a regional firm of chartered accountants and insolvency practitioners have been named in new explosive case files in the largest ever ongoing offshore tax evasion fraud heist operation in modern economic history. It is understood that the Smith Williamson senior partner Gareth Pearce and the firm’s insolvency partner NF Hickling are believed to be wanted for questioning in relation to a wide range of fraudulent offences pursuant to the Carroll Global Corporation’s world wide interests. These revelations are understood to surround the criminal activities of Smith & Williamson who are thought to have executed fraudulent valuations of a “dummy criminal screen” structure known as Carroll Holdings Corporation Ltd on register at the UK Companies House Cardiff. Close observers have remarked that the Carroll Holdings corporate structure effectively impulsed the criminal liquidation of major divisions of the Carroll Global Corporation Group of Companies. In a startling further disclosure it has emerged that Smith Williamson continues to execute serious offences in the case which is believed to involve the firm’s criminal insolvency administration of the multiple name switched Catherine Estate Corporation Ltd in liquidation under the supervision of the UK Insolvency Service London. Sources have disclosed that the chairman of Kingston Smith Sir Michael Snyder together with Michael

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