Former Exclusive Books boss may face criminal charges after revelations of alleged financial misconduct

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Benjamin Trisk, the new part-owner and CEO of CNA. Photo: Exclusive Books
Benjamin Trisk, the new part-owner and CEO of CNA. Photo: Exclusive Books

Exclusive Books is considering pursuing criminal complaints against former chief executive Benjamin Trisk nearly three years after he was able to dodge a disciplinary hearing on charges of financial misconduct, including using the company credit card for personal expenses.

This follows a court judgement last month in which the High Court in Johannesburg rejected an application by Trisk to force Exclusive Books to help him obtain a tax exemption based on his settlement with the company.

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