Three former employees of the United Kingdom's National Westminster Bank pleaded guilty to a single count of wire fraud in connection with a secret investment with former Enron executives.

Gary Steven Mulgrew, Giles Robert Hugh Darby and David Bermingham admitted that they secretly invested a total of $250,000 with Enron's former CFO, Andrew Fastow, and Michael Kopper, Enron's former managing director of global finance, in an entity called Southampton, L.P., which Fastow created to purchase an asset the three defendants were selling on behalf of NatWest.

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