Prince of Wales’ Charity Accused of Fraud

Prince of Wales' Charity Accused of FraudThe Prince of Wales’s complementary health charity ceased operating this week following an investigation into alleged fraud and money-laundering scandal at the organisation.

The trustees of the Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health, of which Prince Charles is president, said last night they had brought forward a planned decision to wind up the charity as a result of a continuing police investigation by Scotland Yard.

A former senior executive at the charity, and a 54-year-old woman were arrested and questioned on suspicion of fraud and money laundering.

The alleged crime is understood to have seriously undermined the charity’s finances, and may have cost it as much as £300,000 – about a quarter of its annual revenue. The black hole emerged in the 2008 accounts.

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