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Former NAB employee Rosemary Rogers jailed for eight years over $5.5 million invoice scam – ABC News

Former NAB employee Rosemary Rogers, who conspired to defraud the bank of more than $5 million out of “greed, personal gain and self-gratification”, is jailed for…

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A former National Australia Bank (NAB) employee who was motivated by “greed, personal gain and self-gratification” has been jailed for eight years over her role in a $5.5 million scam.

  • A court heard Rosemary Rogers accepted millions in kickbacks in the form of international holidays, home renovations and a car
  • Her co-accused, Helen Rosamond, is still awaiting trial after her home was raided in 2018
  • Prosecutors told a Sydney court Rogers was motivated by “greed and self-gratification”

Rosemary Rogers,…

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