$13 MILLION FRAUD CONVICTION FOR FORMER KLEENMAID BOSS
Written on the 8 August 2016
A FORMER director of whitegoods distributor Kleenmaid, Bradley Wendell Young, on Friday was found guilty of dishonestly gaining a $13 million loan and insolvent trading of debts of $4 million.
A jury found Young guilty on 18 charges, following a 761 day trial at the Brisbane District Court.He was found guilty of:
The jury found Young not guilty on one count of criminal insolvent trading. Bail was refused and he was remanded in custody pending sentencing on 12 August 2016."This is a strong result in an important case, and should send a signal to all directors and companies that regulators will pursue them through the courts when they break the law," says ASIC Commissioner John Price.
A date is yet to be set for the trial of his fellow former Director, the founder of Kleenmaid, Andrew Eric Young.The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions prosecuted the matter.