Wednesday, 14 December 2022 14:06

Sagicor’s Alysia Moulton White slapped with multiple fraud charges

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Alysia Moulton White, the vice-president of group marketing for Sagicor Group Jamaica, has been slapped with multiple charges in relation to alleged fraudulent activities on customers' accounts at the institution.

Moulton White’s attorney, Bert Samuels, said his client is maintaining her innocence.

“I am alarmed at the basis on which she has been charged and I wish to refute any allegation of criminal conduct on the part of my client and I am anxious to go to court and show the innocence of this young professional who has been drawn into this matter,” Samuels said in an interview on Nationwide Radio.

The charges are reportedly in relation to the $65 million dollar fraud case with two other former employees of the financial institution, Malika McLeod, and Trecia Moulton.

Moulton served as manager at the bank's Liguanea Branch in St Andrew and is sister to Moulton White.

Sagicor Group parted ways with Moulton White in recent weeks, informing that her position would “no longer form part of the structure” effective December.

Samuels said he intends to file civil action because his client’s reputation has been injured.