Tax Practitioners Board integrity decision upheld by Federal Court
The Tax Practitioners Board had its decision to terminate a former tax agent’s registration upheld in the Federal...READ MORE
A former CFO and a former managing director have each received a $25,000 fine and a suspended prison sentence for charges relating to falsifying books and giving false or misleading information to auditors.
Former managing director and CEO of Sigma Pharmaceuticals Elmo De Alwis and former CFO Mark Smith were both sentenced to 12 months in prison, and were each fined $25,000. However, Victorian county court judge Richard Smith suspended the custodial sentence, placing both men on a 42-month good behaviour bond.
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