Finance Manager ‘Driven By Greed’Wednesday, 3rd September 2014 at 11:43am
A finance manager ‘driven by greed’ swindled just under £40,000 from his employer in less than two years, a court has heard.
Robert Jump was sentenced to one year in prison for fraud as Bournemouth Crown Court was told how he deposited large sums of money – ranging from £3,000 to £10,000 – into his personal bank account.
The court heard the 49-year-old pocketed £39,921 while working at the firm Aramark Ltd, which provides catering services to JP Morgan.
The Bournemouth Echo reports that his crimes were uncovered in February this year after an internal audit found several ‘irregularities’ in the accounts.
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