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Corrupt Bankers Are Virtually “Untouchable” Warns Financial Investigator Jared Bibler

Palamedes PR is appointed by author Jared Bibler to promote new Harriman House title Iceland's Secret

Corrupt bankers are committing multi-billion-pound financial crimes on an unprecedented scale yet won’t be prosecuted because of their “Mafia-like” links with powerful politicians and regulatory bodies, international financial investigator Jared Bibler has warned. 

Mr Bibler, a client of book PR agency Palamedes, says that rate-fixing, tax evasion, market rigging and money laundering are worse now than ever before and are, he believes, “highly likely” to trigger a second, far worse global financial crisis in the coming years – unless criminal charges are brought against rogue traders and their employers.

Mr Bibler, the lead financial investigator who brought Iceland’s three largest national banks to justice after uncovering the world’s largest stock market abuse scandals, believes corruption and organised crime within and between financial institutions has increased in recent years because of so few convictions.

Jared Bibler
Jared Bibler, author of Iceland’s Secret, played a key role in investigations into massive financial crimes perpetrated in Iceland, and which brought the country to its knees.
Iceland's Secret front cover
Iceland’s Secret: The Untold Story of the World’s Biggest Con by Jared Bibler is published by Harriman House in October 2021. 

The full news story about Mr Bibler’s concerns can be read on The London Economic

Jared Bibler is the author of Iceland’s Secret: The Untold Story of the World’s Biggest Con, which has just been published through Harriman House.

The book provides a detailed and gripping insider look at his investigation of the Icelandic banks, which resulted in his team referring more than 30 criminal cases to the Special Prosecutor of Iceland.

Aside from The London Economic, our book PR campaign also secured media coverage including The European, and Business Matters.

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