A member of the ‘Tesco 8’ sacked over the accounting disaster which engulfed Britain’s greatest meals store in 2014 has re-emerged on the personal poultry empire owned via Ranjit Boparan.
Sky Information has learnt that Kevin Grace, who used to be Tesco’s business director till his dismissal, has joined Boparan Personal Workplace as managing director of producing operations throughout manufacturers akin to Bernard Matthews, the outstanding turkey manufacturer.
Town resources mentioned he joined the corporate, which is managed via Mr Boparan, in the previous few days.
His arrival comes as business executives struggle the consequences of hovering inflation, with a large number of warnings in fresh weeks in regards to the have an effect on on costs for customers.
Mr Grace used to be amongst a gaggle of Tesco executives who misplaced their jobs when the corporate reported an enormous black hollow in its price range, sparking a Critical Fraud Workplace (SFO) inquiry.
Despite the fact that Tesco paid £129m to settle with the SFO in 2017, two of the grocery store’s former bosses who have been charged via the company have been acquitted the next 12 months.
Mr Grace used to be no longer some of the executives pursued via the SFO.
In 2017, he sued the store for wrongful dismissal, claiming he used to be owed a reported £600,000.
Tesco is likely one of the consumers provided via Boparan-owned manufacturers akin to Bernard Matthews and Banham Poultry.
A spokesman for two Sisters Meals Team, which encompasses the majority of Mr Boparan’s industry pursuits, declined to remark.