Australia's watchdog bans adviser for election rigging

Pedro Gonçalves
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ASIC has permanently banned former financial planner Neil John Evans from providing financial services after an investigation found he had engaged in vote rigging of director elections. Evans, of Wodonga, Victoria, was banned after ASIC found that he lacked the judgment necessary to discharge the duties and obligations imposed on a provider of financial services. In 2017, Evans was examined twice by the corporate regulator about his conduct in vote-rigging the WAW Credit Union Co-Operat...

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