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Settlement of contempt by SPL no barrier to courts

Kroll special advisor Steve Parbery. You couldn’t make it up. A mining magnate’s nephew on the run in Eastern Europe, in contempt of court for failing to show for public examination by a special purpose liquidator (SPL), the SPL settling the contempt case; and the courts then stepping in to pursue it. ” … on about 6 June 2016, Mr Mensink departed Australia for a…

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Liquidators fined twice for same independence breach

dVT’s Suelen McCallum. dVT’s Riad Tayeh dVT duo Suelen McCallum and Riad Tayeh haven’t had the best of starts to the year of the sneezing pangolin with the Disciplinary Tribunal of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) dishing out fines and a professional censure in respect of a breach of the accounting profession’s byzantine APES code. As well as being slugged $8,500 each for…