Manager Admits Concealing Pensions Failures At Restaurants
Law360, London (January 10, 2019, 12:09 PM GMT) -- An accounts manager has admitted lying to investigators to conceal that restaurants where he was employed as payroll adviser had failed to give workplace pensions to more than 100 members of staff, Britain’s pensions regulator said on Thursday.
Mansoor Nasir pleaded guilty on Wednesday to nine charges of knowingly or recklessly providing The Pensions Regulator with information that was false and misleading, the watchdog said.
Bradford-based Nasir admitted at Brighton Magistrates’ Court that he had falsely declared that nine restaurants where he was managing accounts were giving their employees correct pensions benefits between September 2014 and May 2017, the regulator, known as...
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