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Former employee of agri-food based in Edmonton, charged at $ 2.45 billion



The chief financial officer of the agricultural business group in the Edmonton area has earned millions of dollars in corporate funds.

Patrick Stephen Bieleny, 52, was arrested last Thursday, and a fraudulent $ 12 million charge was $ 5,000, reported by Edmonton Police on Wednesday.

The police did not name it, the negotiations opened on internal audits at the end of 2015, after an employee suspected a suspicious expense, he said.

The audit found $ 2.45 million in misplaced transfers, non-business billing and other means between 2009 and 2015, the police said.

Bieleny's employment ended in April 2016, the police said.

Five months later, the fraudulent police activity was reported to him and he investigated the part of the economic crimes of EPS.

The 2016 Annual Financial Services Corporation, a Crown corporation, offers crop and animal insurance and loans to Alberdian farmers, Bieleny listed, being six directors with the company's governing committee.

In June 2016, when the government dismissed the AFSC Board of Directors, he abolished three senior executives, and cited an inspection of the police inspectorate after an anonymous source, with unstable single-source contracts, expense claims, and fascinating gifts.

The audit reveals "the latest administration of Albertans in recent elections," said "Oneil Carlier magazine's Agriculture Minister.

Bieleny has been released and appears on April 10 in court.


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