Ex-Insurance Execs Must Repay Salaries After £11M Fraud

By Christopher Crosby (August 25, 2021, 1:19 PM BST) -- A London appeals court reduced on Wednesday the amount of money that former three insurance executives must return after being convicted of defrauding their former employer, although the judges largely upheld findings that their salaries, pensions and bonuses could be confiscated.

England's Court of Appeal has ruled that three former executives can account for tax on their earnings and benefits when calculating the money they owe former employer, DAS Legal Expenses Insurance Co. (iStock) Paul Asplin and David Kearns can account for tax on their earnings and benefits when calculating the money they owe their former employer, DAS Legal Expenses Insurance...

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