Toronto bookkeeper allegedly defrauds employer out of $2M

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Toronto (October 3, 2019) – Sharina Imran-Khan, a bookkeeper from Toronto, allegedly defrauded her employer BHI Holdings out of $2 million in a three year period. As a result of a fraud investigation of the Toronto Police, the 42-year-old was arrested and charged with fraud over $5,000 and laundering proceeds of crime on October 1.

An internal audit was conducted on BHI Holdings bank accounts in September 2019, when a discrepancy of approximately $2 million has been discovered. The auditors claim that all transactions which led to the discrepancy were directed by Sharina Imran-Khan, the bookkeeper and executive assistant of the holding. Thereafter, the Toronto Police’s fraud investigation started on September 26, when they were made aware of the alleged employee fraud.

The 42-year-old Imran-Khan was hired in 2016 by BHI Holdings. She has been arrested and charged on October 1 as a result of the fraud investigation. Her charges come to fraud over $5,000 and laundering proceeds of crime. The woman from Toronto was scheduled to appear in court on October 1.

The police believe that there may be additional victims. Anyone with information is asked to contact Toronto Police at 416-808-7310. Anyone who wishes to report information confidentially on this incident may contact D. Slenys at Investigation Counsel PC. Anyone who wishes to inquire fraud recovery information on their own case, or wishes to report fraud with whistleblower protection, please contact D. Slenys at 416-637-3151 or