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ASIC bans jailed financial services director

By Reporter
14 November 2013 — 1 minute read

The corporate regulator has permanently banned a former financial services director from the industry following fraudulent conduct resulting in significant $1.6 million losses for SMSF trustees and investors.

In a statement issued yesterday, ASIC said that Glenn Russell Evans had been involved in fraudulent behaviour between September 2002 and October 2008 while he was director of Kismet Trading.

Mr Evans was sentenced to five years' jail in May after an ASIC investigation discovered his failure to invest money into listed Australian equities and derivatives set out in contracts with individuals and SMSF funds.

He also provided false trading and performance reports, failed to repay the balance of the proceeds to investors and in some instances used client money as collateral for his personal trading account without authorisation.

Judge David Arnott SC said Mr Evans had been “motivated by a combination of personal greed and ambition.”

ASIC bans jailed financial services director
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