Andrew Penhale, deputy head of fraud at the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said Kweku Adoboli had simply acted dishonestly, and his fraudulent actions had impacted "hugely" on a large number of people. He said:
"The amount of money involved was staggering, impacting hugely on the bank but also on their employees, shareholders and investors. This was not a victimless crime."
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