By Gary Stephen Ross
He used to be one of many brightest stars on the Canadian Imperial financial institution of trade, a super younger banker on his strategy to the head. yet Brian Molony had a mystery obsession: he enjoyed to gamble. The unsuspecting financial institution was once quickly fuelling that obsession, as Molony helped himself to millions, then thousands, of bucks in fraudulent loans. regardless of falling deeper and deeper within the gap, Molony confident himself he may perhaps win all of it again. earlier than lengthy, the mild-mannered assistant supervisor had develop into one of many greatest high-rollers the casinos had ever obvious and earned himself a spot within the annals of felony historical past.
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