Bank fraud: NRI woman to face trial
Bank fraud: NRI woman to face trial, Royal Bank of Scotland , Satnam Kaur. Earlier in October, a case against her was dropped due to a paperwork...
London: An Indian-origin woman will go on trial in Britain on the charge of stealing 120,000 pounds while working at a bank.
Satnam Kaur, 30, who is alleged to have stolen the cash while she was employed as a customer adviser at the Royal Bank of Scotland at Albyn Place in Aberdeen, will go on trial in June with a pre-trial hearing in May, the Evening Express reported Wednesday.
The alleged offence took place between Oct 20 and Nov 21 in 2011.
According to an earlier BBC report, Satnam Kaur allegedly withdrew the money as euros and deposited a 120,000-pound cheque into her own account.
She was sacked from the job after the incident came to light in April 2011.
Satnam Kaur also faces a second charge that she arranged for 88,000 pounds to be feloniously transferred to a bank account in India or some place outside Scotland between Dec 7, 2011, and Feb 24, 2012.
Earlier in October, a case against her was dropped due to a paperwork mistake.