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Banker Sent to Prison for Fraud

by Sonia Hickey
The former banker who defrauded the NAB for $640,000 over a period of four years by exploiting its ‘introducer’ scheme has been sentenced to eight months behind bars. In 2015 Andrew Matthews was celebrated by the bank for his work...

The Law on Making a False Declaration

by Zeb Holmes & Ugur Nedim
Former One Nation Senator Rod Culleton has been referred to police over allegations he made a false declaration in his candidacy nomination for the upcoming federal election. The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has specifically requested that police investigate whether Mr...

Should University Cheats Face Prison Time?

by Ugur Nedim
Federal education minister Dan Tehan has proposed tough new criminal laws which would see students who submit exams and assignments written by others, as well as those who receive fees to write material which they know will be submitted in...

Company Director Accused of Multi-Million Dollar Fraud

by Ugur Nedim
A former director of cruise ship company Cruise & Maritime Voyages has been charged with multiple fraud offences arising from allegations she transferred a total of $2.4 million from a company bank account into her personal accounts without authorisation. 62-year...

Former NAB Executive Charged with Fraud

by Sonia Hickey & Ugur Nedim
Former National Australia Bank executive Rosemary Rogers has been arrested and charged for her alleged role in an alleged $40 million dollar fraud against the brank. The charges Ms Rogers, the former chief of staff to ex-NAB CEO Andrew Thorburn...

The Law on Making False Complaints to Police in New South Wales

by Zeb Holmes & Ugur Nedim
It is criminal offence in New South Wales to make false accusations with the intention of having them investigated by police. The offences against false reports are contained in the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW). Section 547B of the Act is...

Woman Charged for Paying Bribes to NAB Executive

by Ugur Nedim
Police are working their way through materials which, they suspect, may implicate former NAB Chief Executive Andrew Thorburn’s Chief of Staff, Rosemary Rogers, in a scheme involving millions of dollars in fraudulent payments to the owner of a service company....

The Offence of Fraud in New South Wales

by Ugur Nedim
A 43-year old tour operator from Illawarra has been sentenced in Downing Centre Local Court after pleading guilty to five counts of fraud under section 192E of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW). Tony Petrovski admitted making 82 unauthorised transactions totalling...

The Panama Papers: A Lesson in Tax Avoidance

by Paul Gregoire
An Oxfam report released on 20 January revealed that last year 26 billionaires owned the same amount of wealth as the poorest 3.8 billion people around the globe. This was down from 43 individuals the year before. And this extreme wealth...

Government Breaks Promise to Crackdown on Tax Avoidance by Multi-Nationals

by Zeb Holmes & Ugur Nedim
The federal government has broken a promise to establish a public register of overseas shell companies owned by companies operating in Australia. The proposal was intended to assist in the detection and prosecution of illegal activities such as tax evasion...
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