Investment Co. Founder Says CEO Son-In-Law Abused Trust

By Bonnie Eslinger (May 31, 2019, 4:07 PM BST) -- The founder of a property investment firm has claimed at a London court that his son-in-law — the company's former chief executive — took advantage of his trust by finagling a letter of indemnification just before it was revealed he had siphoned £14.5 million ($18.3 million) from the company....

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