Bail extended for Sagicor Bank employees accused of defrauding the bank of $65 million
The two Sagicor Bank employees accused of defrauding the bank of $65 million had their bail extended to February 21, next year, when they appeared in the Kingston and St. Andrew parish court today (December 9).
The women are 42-year-old personal banker Malika McLeod and 40-year-old bank manager, Tricia Moulton.
The offence was allegedly committed at the bank’s Liguanea branch, where both accused worked.
The allegations are that between August and October of this year, the two accused conspired and defrauded United States currency accounts belonging to several customers.
They were arrested and charged in October.
The court was told today that the case file was still incomplete.