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Former adviser charged over fabricated informationBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | FRIDAY, 5 MAR 2021 12:43PM
The former financial adviser, who has previously worked for Westpac, Fortnum Private Wealth and Libertas Financial Planning, was charged with 16 offences related to fabricating evidence with hopes ASIC would stop looking into him.
Read more: ASIC, Fortnum Private Wealth, Libertas Financial Planning, Westpac, Accord Partners, Ezzat Daniel Nesseim, Foresight Enterprises, Smart Financial
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