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An insurance company complained that Mr Bowell, in his role as Trustee in Bankruptcy:
Breached the fundamental principle of integrity by misleading the annuities provider when he requested that annuity payments for several bankrupts be made to his former firm’s bank account, and signing the documentation as Trustee in Bankruptcy, at a time when he had ceased to act as Trustee in Bankruptcy;
Breached the fundamental principle of competence and due care by purporting to sell an asset that he ought to have known could not be transferred.