The former trustee and chief executive officer of Yateley Industries for the Disabled has been ordered to pay back £250,000 he stole from the charity’s pension scheme.
The former trustee of a charity who defrauded a pension fund of £250,000 will appear in court today (4 September), one year after The Pensions Regulator (TPR) said it would seek a confiscation order for the funds’ return.
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) missed a third of the targets under its key performance indicators (KPIs) with Covid-19 causing a halt to some of its work.
The case against the former trustee of a charity for the disabled who pleaded guilty to fraud has been adjourned.
The former trustee of a charity for the disabled has pleaded guilty to fraud after transferring more than £250,000 from the organisation’s pension scheme.
The former head of a charity for disabled people has denied defrauding its pension scheme of more than £250,000, sending the case to a full jury trial.
The former head of a charity for the disabled is to be prosecuted for allegedly transferring more than £250,000 from the organisation's pension scheme.