Texas Insurance Consultant Forfeits License

Convicted Texas insurance consultant William Haff forfeits insurance licenses……………accepted bribes to steer public school business to insurance broker………………

Commissioners Order: www.tdi.texas.gov/commissioner/legal/documents/20185559.pdf

Haff admitted that from March 2008, to February 2010, he accepted approximately $64,584 from the Mullen Group in exchange for providing confidential information concerning employee insurance plan Request For Proposals (RFP), including one issued by the Edgewood Independent School District in San Antonio, that was not available to competitors of the Mullen Group.

Haff also admitted to accepting money from the Mullen Group for influencing Boards of Trustees for the School Districts to award insurance services contracts to clients of the Mullen Group.  In July 2008, Haff accepted $2,500 for his recommendation of a Mullen Group client to the San Antonio ISD Board of Trustees.

“Haff schemed to enrich himself by effectively selling inside information to give the recipients an unfair competitive advantage, and thereby undermine the integrity of the public contracting process,” stated United States Attorney Richard L. Durbin, Jr.

www.justice.gov/usao-wdtx/pr/san-antonio-businessman-pleads-guilty-role-kickback-scheme-involving-local-school

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