By Simon Rocker, September 21, 2010
Leaders of the UK’s flagship Reform congregation, the West London Synagogue, are investigating possible financial regularities of more than £100,000.
Losses of £144,000 have already been identified for last year, according to the newly available accounts– but the final total could be higher.
The accounts describe the amount involved as “significant” but say it would not be possible to fully quantify “until the investigation work is completed”.
West London’s trustees intend to “pursue vigorously full recovery of any losses that have been incurred”, they state.