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Former adviser sentenced after falsifying firm books


A former Adelaide monetary adviser has been sentenced for falsifying firm books, company watchdog ASIC has introduced.

Tai Thanh Nguyen, who was previously an authorised consultant of GWM Adviser Companies and Interprac Monetary Planning, was convicted on two counts of falsifying firm books and positioned a $1,000 recognisance bond to be of fine behaviour for 2 years, after pleading responsible to the costs in Adelaide Magistrates’ Courtroom.

Nguyen falsified seven paperwork relating to 2 of his shoppers, between February 2010 and December 2018, by forging their signatures and by including dates to paperwork.

In sentencing Nguyen, Justice of the Peace Brian Nitschke mentioned, “it’s a critical matter to falsify firm information” and “the corporate information… should replicate precisely the reality of the scenario.” Nitschke additionally added that falsifying such information “is a breach of belief of those that you’re engaged to behave for.”

On June 24, 2022, Nguyen was charged following an ASIC investigation. Previous to that, in 2019, he was completely banned by ASIC from offering monetary companies.

The matter was prosecuted by the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions after a quick and referral from ASIC.

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