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Awema: Ex-chief Naz Malik denies fraud at trial

A former race equality chief has told his fraud trial he was "entitled" to take out a life assurance policy for his wife as part of his pension policy.

Naz Malik, 65, denied swindling more than £16,000 from the All Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Awema).

He is accused of using charity funds to pay for £3,500 life assurance, which would have seen his wife Bronwen get £120,000 in the event of his death.

Swansea Crown Court has heard Mr Malik denies three charges of fraud.

Cemlyn Davies reports.

  • 20 Aug 2014
  • From the section Wales
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