Bank clerk to stand trial over £2m fraud

Bank clerk to stand trial over £2m fraud

Bank clerk to stand trial over £2m fraud

First published in News

A bank clerk is due to stand trial at the Old Bailey in London tomorrow accused of playing a part in a £2m fraud.

Tai Hulbert-Thomas, of Carlton Road in Cutteslowe, is charged with two counts of fraud by abuse of position while working at the Lloyds Banking Group in 2012.

The 27-year-old will stand trial alongside Neil Bautista and Joe Mariathas, both 22, and Mawli Thurairajah, 30.

Mariathas, of Stonewall, East Ham, is charged with fraud by abuse of position, and has pleaded guilty to another charge of conspiracy to defraud by making fraudulent payments totalling £804,000.

Bautista, of Northumberland Road, Maidenhead, is accused of making fraudulent payments totalling £605,000, and Thurairajah, of Moelyn Mews, Harrow, denies making fraudulent payments totalling £804,000.

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