The senior wealth manager at the centre of the multi-billion dollar fraud at Stocks and Securities Limited, SSL, Jean Ann Panton, has been charged.
Ms. Panton has been charged with breaches of the Larceny Act, Cybercrimes Act, Proceeds of Crimes Act and the Forgery Act.
The disclosure was made at a Jamaica Constabulary Force Press Conference today.
The former SSL manager, in a sworn statement, confessed to stealing millions of dollars in client funds for over a decade.
Ms. Panton was questioned by investigators on two occasions in the presence of her attorney, Tamika Harris.
Over the last two months, law enforcement has been attempting gather the full details of what transpired at the embattled investment firm.
Ms Panton is to appear in court later this morning.