The former finance director of the London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) has
been accused of spending £2.3m of the organisation’s money on flights,
jewellery, artwork and a house extension.
A High Court has ruled that the LPO can now pursued Cameron Poole, 35, to
recover the funds,
Originally, the LPO believes it had lost £357,906, but further investigation
found the figure was much higher – £2,351,155.
He was employed at the LPO in 2004, where he was paid 60,000 a year. The
Herne Hill, south-London man will remain on bail with his assets frozen.
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