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Fincorp director found not guilty

by Martha.Ware 23. May 2011 08:49

The former finance director of Fincorp Investments Limited has been found not guilty of breaching his duties as a company director.

Jacob Quigley faced the Sydney District Court last week in relation to an alleged offence against s 184(2)(a) of the Corporations Act. The charge related to an allegation that Mr Quigley dishonestly used his position as a company director to sign a cheque for $1,980,000 with the intention of gaining an advantage for himself and others.

The trial was prosecuted by the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions.

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