Pension scheme trustees get 10 years for role in £13.7million fraud

By Richard Crump (April 22, 2022, 4:07pm BST) – EDITION – Two pension scheme administrators who helped a fraudster defraud hundreds of savers by transferring £13.7 million ($17.7 million ) from their pension pots to fraudulent schemes were sentenced to a combined total of 10 years and three months in prison by a London court on Friday.

A judge has told Alan Barratt and Susan Dalton they should both ‘be ashamed of the part you played in bringing such misery to so many people’ in the fraud. (Photo by Victoria Jones/PA Images via Getty Images) Alan Barratt was sentenced to five years and seven months and Susan Dalton was…

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