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Fri, 19 Feb, 2016 12:58:20 AM
FTimes – STT Report, Feb 19

Former chief executive officer of the pension insurance company Keva, Merja Ailus is suspected of aggravated fraud, said the Finnish language entertainment magazine Seiska.

According to the magazine, the case involves child benefits, which Ailus received in excess of 21,000 euros from both Finland and Norway.

Ailus received child benefits from Norway from 2002-2010, even though she lived and worked in Finland at the time.

Ailus was forced to resign from Keva due to complaints about her employee benefits in 2013. 

The role of CEO for Keva has proven to be a slippery one, even after Ailus’ departure.

Her successor Jukka Männistö was forced to resign due to a lack of trust.

According to MTV, Ailus denied all the allegations of wrongdoing.

 
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