From the courtroom: The £13.7m pension scam case

PP looks at how ten fake schemes saw 245 pension savers become victims of fraud

Hope William-Smith
clock • 9 min read
Alan Barratt (L), Susan Dalton (R). Image credit: The Pensions Regulator
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Alan Barratt (L), Susan Dalton (R). Image credit: The Pensions Regulator

Last week, two former trustees were jailed for a total of ten years for their part in a £13.7m pensions liberation scam perpetrated, in large part, by a now-deceased businessman who employed them.

In Southwark Crown Court on 22 April, Judge Perrins acknowledged the overall defence argument presented for both Alan Barratt of Althorne, Essex and Susan Dalton of Rochdale, Lancashire - that they had...

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