TPR convicts woman for withholding information in £14m scam investigation

James Phillips
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TPR convicts woman for withholding information in £14m scam investigation

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has convicted an office manager after she failed to provide information it needed for an investigation into a suspected £13.8m scam.

Karen Turgut refused to supply TPR with information and documents related to Friendly Pensions' activities, including e-mails she had sent and received while working there. The firm has been und...

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