Bank listing made without director approval claims witness
September 4, 2018 4:54 am
The two former finance officers of the Pacific Theological College in Suva were making bank listings without the approval of the director.
This was revealed in the Suva High Court by state witness, the then Finance Director, Nilesh Sharma during cross examination by defence counsel.
Rosheen Raj and Rine Sorby are charged with three counts of money laundering.
It is alleged that between June 1st 2006 and November 30th 2012, the two while employed at the PTC, laundered around $582, 000.
Sharma claims as director he did not approve bank listing which contained payment details.
He says one listing included a maternity leave payment of $4,322 for Raj which she prepared herself.
Sharma testifies that he did not sign the release of this payment to Raj.
The trial will continue in the Suva High court tomorrow.