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Wrong David Finnman?

Mr. David Finnman N.

Founder

Advanced Business Valuation Services Inc.

Advanced Business Valuation Services Inc.

Background Information

Employment History

Corporate Tax Executive
Eastman Kodak Company

Tax Accountant
Eastman Kodak Company

Property Tax Manager
Eastman Kodak Company

Tax Executive
Global Crossing Limited


Xerox Corporation

Web References (115 Total References)


Democrat & Chronicle: Local News

www.rochesterdandc.com, 9 Sept 2005 [cached]

Prosecutors charged David Finnman, who now lives in Arizona, with a criminal plot to defraud Greece taxpayers and his former employers, Kodak and Global Crossing.

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The FBI alleges that in or before February 1998 Finnman and Schwab formed an offshore business, Advanced Business Valuation Services Inc., in the Bahamas.
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Finnman worked with Kodak until 1999, then with Global Crossing until 2003.His duties included challenges to the tax assessments of corporate property.
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Finnman and Schwab opened an offshore securities account to invest money received from Nicolo, court papers allege.
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Finnman said he and Schwab each received about $200,000, the FBI alleges.


Former Kodak executive ...

www.palmbeachpost.com, 20 Feb 2009 [cached]

Former Kodak executive David N. Finnman, 61, convicted in the same trial, was ordered to prison for a year and nine months.

Finnman testified at the trial that he received $170,000 from Nicolo but claimed it was for legitimate appraisal work he did on his own time. He repeated that claim Thursday.


Democrat & Chronicle: Local News

www.democratandchronicle.com, 5 Oct 2005 [cached]

David Finnman, right, with lawyer Matthew Lembke, allegedly aided in a scheme to defraud Kodak, Greece.

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David N. Finnman is to appear in federal court Nov. 10, as are appraiser John E. Nicolo and former Greece Assessor Charles A. Schwab.
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David Finnman, who previously worked as a corporate tax executive at Kodak, on Tuesday agreed to post his Arizona home and a retirement account valued at $330,000 for bail.
Finnman, 58, is accused of being an early player in a scheme that authorities allege mushroomed into a multimillion-dollar fraud against Greece and Kodak.
While Finnman is not accused of fraud on the scale of three others charged, prosecutors do contend that he was one of the first involved in the plot.
Finnman, regional appraiser John E. Nicolo and former Greece Assessor Charles A. Schwab were at "the genesis of the scheme that we've alleged," Assistant U.S. Attorney Richard Resnick, the prosecutor in the case, said after Tuesday's hearing.
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Finnman hired Nicolo, 72, to conduct appraisals on Kodak property in Greece, then gave kickbacks to Finnman, as well as free use of property at Keuka Lake and provided a job for Finnman's daughter, prosecutors allege.
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Finnman hired Nicolo, 72, to conduct appraisals on Kodak property in Greece, then gave kickbacks to Finnman, as well as free use of property at Keuka Lake and provided a job for Finnman's daughter, prosecutors allege.
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Finnman and Schwab, 58, set up a company in the Bahamas, and Nicolo funneled kickbacks into an offshore account associated with the company, authorities allege.
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Finnman worked at Kodak from 1970 to 1999, then at Global Crossing until 2003.He moved to Arizona to work for Xerox Corp. but lost that job after his name surfaced in the criminal investigation.


10NBC / WHEC TV-10

www.10nbc.com, 8 Sept 2005 [cached]

On Thursday former Kodak tax accountant David Finnman was charged with conspiracy and mail fraud.He is accused of scheming to defraud Greece taxpayers, Kodak and Global Crossing of millions of dollars.Finnman now works for Xerox in Arizona.


Prosecutors allege that Nicolo, 75, and ...

www.democratandchronicle.com, 19 Mar 2008 [cached]

Prosecutors allege that Nicolo, 75, and Finnman, 60, who are charged with conspiracy, money laundering, mail fraud and wire fraud, began the scheme in 1992.

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Finnman, who was Kodak's manager of property taxes, hired Nicolo ostensibly to help Kodak lower its property tax bills by offering independent appraisals that Kodak's property was over-assessed, the prosecution contends.
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Instead, Nicolo was paid exorbitant fees for little or no work and kicked back part of his fees to Finnman and to Greece Assessor Charles A. Schwab, who was in on the deal and has pleaded guilty, the prosecution alleges.

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