Financial Review Will Willitts Aug 29 2013
A former national leasing manager at Macquarie Bank has been charged with defrauding the company of $1.2 million. He was charged earlier this month with 34 separate offences after a six-month investigation, Fairfax Media reported.
Michael Roth, 43, is accused of falsifying documents to line his own pockets between 2003 and 2012, the report said.
It was alleged that Mr Roth transferred payments to himself by “submitting fabricated leasing documents for items like cars and medical equipment and then placing his own personal bank account details on the forms”, the report said.
Mr Roth was the national manager of novated sales at Macquarie Bank. He is scheduled to face Downing Centre Local Court on September 17.