Whether your destination is a minimum-security white-collar resort or federal pound-me-in-the-ass prison, you are going to need to get used to life without dwarf-tossing or three-ways with underage girls or taser games and $15,000 umbrella stands. This Goldman Sachs alum can help.

The former Goldman Sachs secretary who was jailed in 2004 for stealing more than £4m from her banker bosses has landed a job coaching white-collar criminals in how to cope with a prison term.

Joyti Waswani, who served half of her seven-year sentence in three closed prisons under her then married name of Joyti De-Laurey, is said to be Britain’s biggest female fraudster after stealing vast sums from her bosses, Scott Mead, Jennifer Moses and Moses’s husband, Ron Beller, all of whom were directors of the investment bank.

Released in 2007, she has been working as director of fundraising for the Royal London Society, the prisoner charity, before taking up her new role as a consultant at a start-up business called Prison Consultants, which says it advises its clients on “how to prepare and deal with the unfamiliar surroundings of serving time at Her Majesty’s establishments”….

Hence the role with Prison Consultants, a business conceived by Steve Dagworthy, another former white collar criminal who served half of his six-year sentence for what was described in court as a £3m Ponzi scheme. Dagworthy took his idea to a longstanding business contact called Steve Hamer, a former chairman of Swansea City FC, who formed the company and employs Dagworthy as a consultant.

Secretary who stole £4m will teach jail survival to white-collar criminals [Guardian]

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