Bark & Co Solicitors News: Mr Kweku Adoboli Granted Bail

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Mr Kweku Adoboli was granted bail after a successful bail application at Southwark Crown Court.

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Bark & Co Solicitors News: Mr Kweku Adoboli Granted Bail

  1. 1. Bark & Co Solicitors News: Mr Kweku Adoboli Granted Bail - Bark & Co Solicitors
  2. 2. (1888PressRelease) Mr Kweku Adoboli wasgranted bail after a successful bailapplication at Southwark Crown Court. MrTim Harris, Solicitor on this matter said hisclient was "delighted, very emotional andwould like to thank all his family and friendsfor their support". Mr Adoboli is due to bereleased from Wandsworth prison June 11thpending the bail terms being satisfied.
  3. 3. Mr Kweku Adoboli was granted bail after asuccessful bail application at Southwark CrownCourt. Mr Tim Harris, Solicitor on this matter saidhis client was "delighted, very emotional andwould like to thank all his family and friends fortheir support". Mr Adoboli is due to be releasedfrom Wandsworth prison June 11th pending thebail terms being satisfied.
  4. 4. Mr Giles Bark-Jones, partner at Barkand Co Solicitors said "Our client isboth emotional and delighted at theoutcome of todays bail hearing. Helooks forward to working on his caseat our London offices."
  5. 5. See below press coverage from BBCNews:A City trader accused of a £1.4bn($2.2bn) fraud at the London officesof Swiss banking giant UBS is to befreed from Wandsworth Prison onbail.
  6. 6. Kweku Adoboli, 32, will bereleased on Monday with anelectronic tag ahead of his trial inSeptember, a bail hearing atSouthwark Crown Court heard.
  7. 7. He was "delighted" by the decision,his lawyer Giles Bark-Jones said.The trader, who was arrested inSeptember last year, denies twocharges of false accounting and twoof fraud.
  8. 8. Mr Bark-Jones told the BBC: "Ourclient is both emotional anddelighted at the outcome oftodays bail hearing. He looksforward to working on his case atour London offices."
  9. 9. Mr Adoboli, of Clark Street, eastLondon, is accused ofunauthorised trading whileworking for UBSs globalsynthetic equities division, wherehe bought and sold exchangetraded funds.

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