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Charges laid in lengthy ASIC investigationBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | MONDAY, 16 MAY 2022 12:42PM
A former financial adviser who was permanently banned in 2016 for using close to $2 million in client funds for his own use has now been charged with 17 offences related to the alleged fraudulent transfer of shares to himself.
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