Ex president of CPA social security fund arrested

Paolo Saltarelli suspected of taking 1 mn euro kickback

(ANSA) - Milan, November 11 - The former president of the national social security-pensions fund for certified public accountants and business consultants was arrested Tuesday on corruption charges.
    Prosecutors claim Paolo Saltarelli took a kickback of just under one million euros in relation to a 660,000 euro payment made by the social security fund to the company Adenium for investment.
    Adenium is linked to the company Sopaf controlled by a family of top Italian financiers who were detained in May this year on suspicion of conspiracy to commit fraudulent bankruptcy, fraud, embezzlement and tax fraud before subsequently being acquitted.


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