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Good afternoon. Welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and reviewing your question now for you.
Thank you for your patience. It really depends on your type of work. If you are obliged to disclose any entries relating to actual or alleged fraud ( always required if you are working in the finance and insurance sector) then you have an obligation to update your employer and they will decide on the implications based on their policies. I am very surprised that your solicitor in accepting the drop hands offer did not make sure that this would not happen, it is something you would always include in any settlement agreement. I would strongly recommend that you go back to the solicitor and they can try and get it removed as otherwise the settlement would not have been in your best interests if it meant limiting yourself in terms of employment opportunities and indeed getting finance options in future. Any clarification please do not hesitate to send your follow up question, I am always glad to assist. All the best