Former Macquarie adviser faces A$1m in fines

Pedro Gonçalves
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Former Macquarie adviser faces A$1m in fines

A former Macquarie Bank financial adviser faces an A$1m fine after being slapped with 27 offences, including dishonesty, following an investigation from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). Warren Acworth has been charged with dishonesty offences in Brisbane. He's facing 16 counts of making false or misleading statements, which could carry 10 years' imprisonment or a maximum fine of A$945,000. He's also facing six counts of making a statement that was false, whic...

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