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  • Police arrest 61-year-old employee of multinational company in Macquarie Park for corruption

    2018 - 09.22

    61-year-old arrested for receiving corrupt commissions and money laundering Photo: NSW PolicePolice have arrested an employee of a prominent multinational company based in Macquarie Park for allegedly receiving corrupt commissions and laundering the money.
    Nanjing Night Net

    The company alerted the police last year alleging the 61-year-old employee, who was managing its $30 million vehicle fleet, was receiving commissions from a vehicle supplier for leasing its cars.

    The police alleged the employee had set up a bank account in July 2013 to receive the commissions and that the vehicle supplier made four deposits worth $504,900 into the bank account in June 2014 and February 2015.

    Fraud and Cybercrime Squad detectives arrested the man at the company’s Macquarie Park offices at midday on Wednesday.

    The Adelaide man was charged at Ryde Police Station and granted conditional bail. He will appear at Burwood Local Court on April 14.

    Police also searched the company’s offices and seized numerous documents. They are investigating if there were more payments made dating back several years.

    Police said they expect to make further arrests related to the matter.

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