Two men from Windsor have been charged following alleged loan fraud worth up to £50million.
The police's economic crime unit have charged Mark Entwistle, 45, of Kings Road, Windsor, and George Tilemachou, 52, from Thames Street, Windsor, along with Jonathon Gilbert, 42, from Penarth.
Entwhistle has been charged with 23 offences of conspiracy to defraud and conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation, as has Gilbert.
Entwhistle also faces one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering and one count of conspiracy to commit corruption.
Tilemachou has been charged with one offence of conspiracy to commit fraud by false representation.
All the charges follow an allegation made by Royal Bank of Scotland and other lenders over fraudulently obtained loans worth between £30-50 million.
The trio have been bailed and will appear at Slough Magistrates Court on November 17.
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