UK: Former Etam Chief In Property Fraud
Robert Sutcliffe, former property boss for teen-focused retailer Etam, has been found guilty of conspiring to defraud the company in a massive swindle that took place over six years Drapers Record reported. Mr Sutcliffe denied the charges which said that he created false invoices for inflated fees and bogus property consultancy work between March 1990 and July 1996.
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