Leak not from us, says Jordan
The man overseeing the judicial management of CLICO International Life (CIL) says neither he nor anybody working with his company had anything to do with the leak of a confidential letter and other documents related to CLICO payments, which were made public during the recent election campaign.
Oliver Jordan, partner at Deloitte Consulting, told the WEEKEND?NATION that after a “substantive review” of the matter, Deloitte was satisfied that “neither its employees nor its representatives were in any way responsible for any disclosure of confidential communication related to the judicial management of CIL”.
He added that Deloitte’s internal controls “go beyond any reasonable standard for the safeguarding of confidential information”.
Jordan was speaking against the background of concerns expressed by Queen’s Counsel Maurice King that a letter he had written, in response to lawyers who claimed to be representing Deloitte, was read out by former Barbados Labour Party (BLP) leader Owen Arthur at a meeting in West Terrace, St James, two days before the February 21 general election. (DP)