Jonathan Anwyl one of six men jailed for total of 45 years for fake eco-investment schemes marketed as tax breaks for wealthy investors

The son of a judge was jailed on Friday for his part in a £108m fraud scheme of “astonishing greed” targeting the super-rich and famous people’s desire to help the environment and avert climate change.

Jonathan Anwyl, an Oxford and Eton-educated son of a retired crown court judge, helped run a scheme of “utter dishonesty, sophisticated planning and astonishing greed hidden behind a mask of concern for the environment”, Mr Justice Edis said during sentencing at Southwark crown court.

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