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Mark J. Kuhrt

Global Controller of Financial Group Global Management

Stanford University

HQ Phone:  (650) 723-2300

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Stanford University

857 Serra Street, Suite 210

Stanford, California,94305

United States

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Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big ch...more

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Examples of Corporate/Shareholder Fraud | Stoner Grannis LLP

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One count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and nine counts of wire fraud resulted in a Houston, Texas prison sentence of 20 years for Gilbert T. Lopez, Jr., former chief accounting officer of the Stanford Financial Group Company, and Mark J. Kuhrt, former global controller of the Stanford Financial Group Global Management.
In 2013, Court documents revealed that Lopez and Kuhrt helped Robert Allen Stanford perpetrate a plot involving Stanford International Bank (SIB).


SIVG - Stanford International Victims Group

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Gilbert T. Lopez Jr., former chief accounting officer of Stanford Financial Group Co., and Mark J. Kuhrt, former global controller of Stanford Financial Group Global Management, were convicted by a Houston federal jury in November of last year.
Judge David Hittner of the Southern District of Texas, who presided over the trial, sentenced Mr. Lopez and Mr. Kuhrt to serve three years of supervised release and ordered Mr. Lopez to pay a $25,000 fine, along with the prison terms. Evidence presented at the trial showed that Mr. Lopez and Mr. Kuhrt were aware of and tracked Stanford's misuse of Stanford International Bank's assets, kept the misuse hidden from the public and from almost all of Stanford's other employees, and worked behind the scenes to prevent the misuse from being discovered, the DOJ said. Lawyers for Mr. Kuhrt weren't immediately available for comment.


Criminal Division - GeyerGorey LLPGeyerGorey LLP

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WASHINGTON - A Houston federal jury has convicted Gilbert T. Lopez Jr., the former chief accounting officer of Stanford Financial Group Company, and Mark J. Kuhrt, the former global controller of Stanford Financial Group Global Management, for their roles in helping Robert Allen Stanford perpetrate a fraud scheme involving Stanford International Bank (SIB).
The evidence presented at the trial of Lopez and Kuhrt established that they were aware of and tracked Stanford's misuse of SIB's assets, kept the misuse hidden from the public and from almost all of Stanford's other employees, and worked behind the scenes to prevent the misuse from being discovered. The trial against Lopez and Kuhrt spanned five weeks. After approximately three days of deliberations, the jury found both Lopez, 70, and Kuhrt, 40, both of Houston, guilty of 10 of 11 counts in the indictment. At sentencing, Lopez and Kuhrt will each face a maximum of 20 years in prison on each count of conviction.


The Next Round: Defense Team Sees Appellate Issues Aplenty in Stanford Case | Law legal news

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Stanford was tried separately from his co-defendants - Laura Pendergest-Holt, Gilberto Lopez and Mark Kuhrt, who worked with Stanford at SFG.


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The justices on Monday let stand the convictions of Gilbert Lopez Jr. and Mark Kuhrt.
Prosecutors said Lopez and Kuhrt helped hide Stanford's misuse of investor funds. Kuhrt is a former global controller of Stanford Financial Group Global Management.


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