Andrew Robinson, jailed fraudster, pleads guilty to making false statements

Jonathan Underhill
Wed, 30 Sep 2015

By Jonathan Underhill Sept. 30 (BusinessDesk) - Andrew Robinson, a former director of Strategic Planning Group jailed in July for six years over a $2.7 million fraud, has pleaded guilty to charges of making false statements in relation to the same business. The charges follow investigations by the Financial Markets Authority and the Serious Fraud Office into the activities of SPG and SPG Investment Company No 1 that began in 2012. Robinson appeared in the Auckland High Court today and pleaded guilty to charges laid under the Financial...

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