Torex chief exec: 'I blew whistle'
New details emerge about problems at software group, as former chief executive seeks to get his job back
Former Torex chief executive Neil Mitchell has said he was a whistleblower
over the company’s problems and not their author, in an attempt to be reinstated
at the troubled group under whistleblower protection rules.
Mitchell is seeking to reclaim his former role under legal protection given
to those who provide information to the authorities,
The scandal at the software group has seen three homes searched – identified
by the FT as those of Chris Moore, the former chairman, Rob Loosemore,
the former executive chairman, and Mark Woodbridge, an associate of Moore’s.
Torex shares are still suspended from the AIM exchange in the wake of the