Former FD of London Philharmonic Orchestra Accused of Fraud

Former FD of London Philharmonic Orchestra Accused of FraudThe former finance director of the London Philharmonic Orchestra has been accused of allegedly defrauding the publicly funded company for more than £2.3 million.

He is also accused of taking the money to pay for items such as flights, jewellery, artwork and an extension to his £900,000 house.  The LPO said it had no idea the money was missing until the Australian-born director left after four years in charge of the budget in 2008.

Upon further investigation, it found that the scale of the alleged fraud was actually far greater, totalling £2,351,155.

It is up to the Police and Crown Prosecution Service decide whether there is enough evidence to bring a criminal case against him.

Frenkels Forensics offer a range of forensic accounting services to assist Claimants and Defendants.  For more information about our criminal defence and proceeds of crime services or our fraud investigation services please contact John Frenkel or Vivian Cohen on 020 8457 2929.


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