BRDLBallarat Roller Derby League (Ballarat, Victoria, Australia)
BRDLBirmingham Research and Development Ltd. (University of Birmingham; UK; est. 1986)
BRDLBio-Engineer Research & Development Laboratory
BRDLBiomedical Research and Development Laboratory
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A university spokeswoman said BRDL ceased trading in May 2008 as a result of the fraud.
Police began investigating Mr Sadler's affairs and BRDL in the middle of 2007 after being contacted by university management.
The first arrested was Christine Eggleton, a former secretary/bookkeeper at BRDL who no longer works for the company.
BRDL, which has 17 full-time staff, confirmed the fraud probe, but insisted the company was continuing to trade as normal while the inquiry continued.
It is understood that the alarm was raised by an internal whistleblower who claimed that bogus invoices had been illegitimately processed by BRDL.
Paul Sadler, BRDL managing director, said: "We hope our successful applicants will go on to play a major role in the region's future.
Mr Sadler quit as managing director of BRDL in July, a post he had held for around seven years.
The project is being managed by BRDL, the University of Birmingham's technology transfer company.
When we were invited by BRDL they must have known our post code and that we weren't in that area.
The project is managed by BRDL, the University of Birmingham's technology transfer company.
Mr Paul Sadler of BRDL said: "The Home Office-approved software is intended to free officers for other duties by cutting a lot of unnecessary paperwork.
Mr Simon Freeman, business development manager with BRDL, says: "I have given them a pounds 9,000 budget from sponsors, who are also providing some mentoring.