The Webb-site.com Hall of Shame is not for just any corporate governance miscreant. You really have to excel at bad governance at a senior level to gain entry to this exclusive group. In the Hall of Shame you will find the rolls of dishonour of those directors who served jail time as well as those who were found guilty of criminal offences but did not serve time.
To enter the Hall of Shame, a person must have been a director of a past or present listed company and been convicted for crimes related to the company or its shares, or crimes which in our view cast doubt on his or her suitability to be a director of a listed company.
To enter the exclusive Webb-site.com jailbird list, a person must meet the Hall of Shame entry criteria and have been jailed. To find details, click on the company name below. As companies frequently change names, the names used here are the names at the time of the offences or prosecution.
Criminals who did not go to jail
In this section, we include criminal directors who were convicted but did not serve jail time. Some received suspended jail sentences, others community service orders or financial penalties. Others were sentenced to jail and freed pending appeal.
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