Bean counter charged with 14 fraud offences

| 17/06/2016 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

Rob Aspinall

(CNS): An offshore finance expert has been charged with a catalogue of financial crimes, including theft, forgery, false accounting, transferring, converting and using criminal property. Robert Neil Aspinall (37) from George Town, who was arrested last month in connection with the disappearance of hundreds of thousands of dollars in relation to funds for which he was a liquidator, was charged with 14 fraud related counts Friday.

A former employee of Deloitte, where he was working when the alleged crimes took place, he was later employed by Intertrust.

Aspinall, a UK national, was placed on police bail, though CNS understands his passport has been seized, and he is due to appear in court next Wednesday.

Earlier this month the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority CIMA issued a notice that it had suspended his director registration with the authority as it “was of the opinion” that Aspinall was not “fit and proper” to hold a position as a professional director.

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