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Former NAB executive Rosemary Rogers jailed for defrauding bank of millions of dollars – The Guardian

The former chief of staff to the CEO was motivated by greed, personal gain and self-gratification, prosecutors argued

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A former NAB executive who fraudulently enjoyed $5.4m worth of benefits unwittingly paid for by the bank has been jailed for at least four years and nine months.
Rosemary Rogers, 45, became so used to enjoying the benefits of her fraud she was unable to stop over a four-year period, acting judge Paul Conlon told the New South Wales district court on Wednesday.
Rogers, the chief of staff for nine years at NAB impressed not one but two chief executives, including Andrew Thorburn, leading Conlon to…

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