Five years in prison for fraud, the Spanish prosecutor asks the former head of the International Monetary Fund

About five hundred years in prison for fraud involving some two hundred thousand investors, the Spanish Corruption Prosecutor Rodrigo Ratóra, the former head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), is seeking five years’ imprisonment, according to a document submitted on Tuesday.     Alejandro Luzón, a prosecutor, said that because of the 2011 unlawful listing of the Bankia bank, the shareholder was... Read More