Cameron Poole, the former finance director of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, is being pursued for more than £2.3 million after allegedly defrauding the orchestra.
Cameron Poole, 35, is accused of taking the money to pay for flights, jewellery, artwork and an extension to his £900,000 house.
The LPO said it had no idea the money was missing until the Australian-born director left after four years in charge of the budget in 2008.
A High Court judge ruled in favour of the LPO and agreed that they could go after Mr Poole, a married father of three and committed Christian.
Mr Justice Field also continued an asset-freezing order which was imposed last November when the LPO believed £357,906 had gone missing.
Upon further investigation, it found that the scale of the alleged fraud was actually far greater, totalling £2,351,155.
Poole's wife, Suzanne Poole
, is a Conservative Councillor for Lambeth. She's on the shortlist to become an MP.