Four senior staff at Tudor Capital Management have been charged with stealing £5m through tax fraud targeting the pension industry.
The four defendants were charged with conspiracy to cheat the Revenue at Birmingham Magistrates Court today and have been bailed until 9 November.
Andrew Meeson, pictured, who last week stepped down as the president of the Association of Tax Technicians, Peter Spencer Bradley, Alison Bradley, and Steven Price, stand accused of stealing £5m from public funds through tax fraud.
Last year, IFAOnline revealed Meeson, the Bradleys and another person had been arrested in October on suspicion of money laundering and tax fraud, and that the Pensions Regulator had suspended them as trustees of the pensions Tudor administered.
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