Sentencing date set for multi-million pound fraud case

The defendants are accused of persuading savers to transfer £13.7m into 10 schemes

Holly Roach
clock • 1 min read
The sentencing will take place on 22 April
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The sentencing will take place on 22 April

The sentencing date has been set for the people accused of being involved with pension fraud totalling nearly £14m.

Alan Barratt and Susan Dalton - who are charged with fraud by abuse of position as part of a criminal prosecution by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) - will appear at Southwark Crown Court for sentencing on...

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