Former Senior Manager of the National Commercial Bank, Andrea Gordon, who was convicted in 2021 of fleecing 34-million dollars from the bank, has been ordered by the Supreme Court to pay back close to 120-million dollars.

The Financial Investigations Division, FID, was successful in securing a Forfeiture Order of over 119-million dollars and a Pecuniary Penalty Order of $720,000 against Gordon yesterday.

The Forfeiture Order was granted in relation to a Havendale, St. Andrew property owned by Gordon, proceeds of which will be turned over to NCB.

The Pecuniary Penalty Order relates to the proceeds from a motor vehicle, which she owned during the period of the fraud, from January 2017 to May 2020.

Gordon was also ordered to pay the legal fees for the FID and NCB.

In May 2021, Gordon was sentenced to seven years and six months in prison after being found guilty of multiple offences under the Cybercrime Act, the Larceny Act and the Proceeds of Crime Act.

It was discovered that Gordon transferred money from NCB’s internal system to her personal accounts, to her family members, and accounts belonging to customers.

When confronted about the embezzlement, Gordon told investigators that she took the money to assist a relative who had cancer and also because she was going through financial difficulties after she started building her home in 2017.