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HBOS, the holding company behind Halifax and the Bank of Scotland, finally discovered Scourfield’s unsanctioned loans in 2007.Just 18 months later the failing bank had to be taken over by Lloyds and required a £20.5billion taxpayer-funded bailout to cover toxic debts caused by excessive lending.

He would log unapproved loans in a bank system which would be sent to the company head office in Edinburgh.

Two further internal investigations and a third by Deloitte found ‘serious negligence and possible improper conduct’.

But the Mail has seen documents showing that the bank repeatedly denied that any wrongdoing either in its lending or its use of Quayside as a consultancy long after it knew of serious problems.

A corrupt banker and his cronies ‘financially raped’ small businesses to fund lavish holidays and sex parties with escort girls in one of Britain’s biggest ever frauds.

Lynden Scourfield, a senior director of HBOS, forced firms that needed to borrow cash to use a crooked consultancy firm led by David Mills.

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Envelopes filled with wads of cash were delivered Scourfield at a flat in Portman Square.

Behaving like the ‘Mafia’, they would then use threats and extortion to seize control of the businesses, plundering bank accounts and pocketing massive new loans granted in their name.

Scourfield, who boasted of being the ‘grand wizard’, enjoyed luxury holidays, trips on Mills’ superyacht and sex with porn stars in return for his help.

Another call girl, a porn star, kept a diary detailing a lurid lesbian show she and three other women performed for Mills and Scourfield in October 2005. He spent more than £57,000 on jewellery, clothes, and hotels during ‘boys’ jollies’ in Germany and the US.

Mill took him on several holidays, including a £4,000 seven-day cruise in Florida paid for on an Amex card from a struggling business.

The scam cost scores of hard-working middle-class business owners not only their livelihoods, but also their family homes, pensions, savings and in one case even her marriage.