Banker 'corrupted by boys' jollies perks'

Banker 'corrupted by boys' jollies perks'
 

A banker racked up £60,000 on "boys' jollies" using a credit card given to him by an associate in exchange for business loans, it has been claimed.
Lynden Scourfield, who is not on trial, received free travel and use of a credit card organised by David Mills, 59, a court heard.
On Monday, Brendan O'Neill QC claimed Mr Scourfield supervised loans that led to losses of £245m.
He worked at the Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) in Reading, Berkshire.
'Cartier watches' purchased The accusations were heard at Southwark Crown Court where six people are charged with conspiracy to corrupt,... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Business, Views: 49
Source: BBC
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