Court told of 'jollies' spending by banker on card 'provided by consultant'

A top banker who allegedly accepted bribes in exchange for loans which consultants he worked with profited from bought a Cartier watch and a luxury cruise with a bank card he had free rein of, a court heard.
Consultant David Mills arranged for Lynden Scourfield, who is not on trial, to receive free travel at the expense of a company called Bradman Lake Group Ltd (BLG), a jury at Southwark Crown Court was told on Tuesday.
The Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) banker, who looked after corporate customers experiencing financial difficulties at its Reading branch in Berkshire, went on several... read more

27 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 27
Source: Belper News

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