Not a genuine document found in missing Melissa Caddick’s affairs, liquidators say
Ms Caddick passed herself off as a financial adviser with neither her nor her company Maliver holding an AFS licence. It is a criminal offence attracting a two-year jail term and/or a $22,000 fine to conduct a financial services business without a licence.
Upon receiving investors’ funds she then created false bank and Commsec documents to mislead investors into thinking she had invested in shares on their behalf.
“There are hundreds of false bank statements, share contracts and share trading statements,” said Mr Gleeson in a media statement. He also said that the provisional liquidators “have not identified any circumstances” in which any of the CommSec accounts she provided to her clients “have been found to be…