Fintech chief quits after car conviction
The head of Bermuda’s fintech development group has stepped down a day after he admitted forging his car registration documents.
The Ministry of National Security confirmed yesterday that John Narraway quit yesterday as chairman of the Fintech Business Development Working Group in the wake of the Magistrates’ Court conviction.
Mr Narraway, 47, admitted using fraudulent vehicle documents on Thursday and was fined $300.
He told The Royal Gazette afterwards: “Are you trying to bring me down? No comment.”
Mr Narraway was charged after his car was pulled over on May 28 by police after they spotted a defective tail light.
He was cautioned by police for the tail light offence and his car was checked.
His windshield Transport Control Document registration tag showed it would expire on June 29. But a records check showed the registration had ended on June 29 in 2017.
He told police the car was insured, but admitted it was not licensed and that he had forged the registration papers.
A government spokeswoman said the ministry thanked Mr Narraway for his service.
Mr Narraway is a tech entrepreneur and CEO of Airis Aerospace and is also an emerging technologies consultant at the Bermuda Business Development Agency.
Dame Jennifer reiterates independence call
Bill to give tourism minister grip on BTA
Not all that glitters is gold
Motorists in Causeway punch-up after crash
Police identify man found dead in home
‘Mr Amazing Man’ defies the odds
Prince of Wales donates art to Masterworks
Police called to reported disturbance
Take Our Poll
- "What are your views on anonymous online commenting (trolling)?"
- Helpful to our democracy and needs to continue
- Hurtful to our democracy and needs to end
- Limits the number of people willing to give public service
- An important tool for political parties
- Total Votes: 4508
- Poll Archive