Trustees jailed for ten years over £13.7m pension scam

A total of 245 savers transferred their pots into fraudulent workplace schemes

Hope William-Smith
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Southwark Crown Court in London
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Southwark Crown Court in London

Two former trustees have been sentenced to serve jail time for fraud by abuse of position as part of a criminal prosecution brought by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) at Southwark Crown Court on 22 April.

Alan Barratt of Althorne, Essex and Susan Dalton of Rochdale, Lancashire were found guilty of fraud by abuse of position in breach of the Fraud Act 2006 after they were accused by TPR of persuading 245...

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