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National Finance 2000 Limited Directors Prosecuted

National Finance 2000 Limited Directors Prosecuted

The Companies Office has laid criminal charges in the Auckland District Court against Trevor Allan Ludlow, Anthony David Banbrook and Carol Anne Braithwaite, the Directors of National Finance 2000 Limited.

“The charges relate to untrue statements in the company’s registered prospectus and failure to comply with financial reporting standards” said Registrar of Companies Neville Harris.

The prosecution is being carried out by the National Enforcement Unit of the Companies Office.

The Serious Fraud Office is also conducting a separate investigation into National Finance 2000 Ltd, and the agencies have been liaising closely as appropriate.

The defendants are due to appear on Thursday the 23rd of October 2008 in the Auckland District Court.

Mr Harris said the case was now before the Court and it would not be appropriate to comment further.

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