Andrew Robinson, Mark Turnock charged after Strategic Planning, SPG probes

Thu, 05 Sep 2013

Sept 5 (BusinessDesk) – Andrew Robinson, who was struck off as an authorised financial adviser in December, and Mark Turnock have been charged following an investigation into Strategic Planning Group and SPG Investment Company No. 1. Robinson, a former director of Strategic Planning and current director of SPG Investment, appeared in the Auckland District Court today to face five charges laid by the Serious Fraud Office under the Crimes Act of theft by a person in a special relationship and one of dishonestly using a document. In addition, t...

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