The chief administrator of Greece's biggest social security fund, IKA, Rovertos Spyropoulos is facing corruption charges after an investigation allegedly found that he helped a large business dodge paying its debts to the organization.

According to the case file, Spyropoulos in September 2013 quashed an order for the freezing of the assets of a supermarket company that had accrued debts to IKA in excess of 18 million euros, Skai reported on Tuesday.

Spyropoulos will face corruption prosecutors to answer to the charges.