Ex-NAB adviser jailed for three years over client fraud

Pedro Gonçalves
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Ex-NAB adviser jailed for three years over client fraud

A former National Australia Bank financial adviser, Max Kiattisak Eung, has been sentenced to three years imprisonment after obtaining financial advantage by deception of A$166,500, ASIC has revealed. Eung dishonestly obtained a financial advantage of A$166,500 from accounts held with MLC Limited and Nulis Nominees (Australia) between March 2016 and December 2016. The account holders who were his clients did not authorise withdrawal of those funds from their accounts. The Australian ...

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