Adviser in court
[UPDATED] Anthony Norman Wilson, a registered financial adviser, has appeared in court on charges laid by the Financial Markets Authority.
Wednesday, February 8th 2017, 4:33PM
Wilson appeared in the Auckland District Court yesterday in relation to various charges laid by the FMA under the Crimes Act.
There were three charges of making a false document for pecuniary advantage. This carries a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment.
There were also three charges of dishonestly using a document for pecuniary advantage. This carries a maximum penalty of seven years imprisonment.
The Financial Service Providers Register indicates that Wilson operates Hunter Wells, specialising in risk advice and succession planning for self-employed clients.
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