| 01.03,19. 11:15 AM |
Woman accused of fraud against NAB arrested in Sydney
Photo: Strike Force Napthali has been investigating allegations of corrupt commissions. (ABC News: Nic MacBean)
Police in Sydney have arrested a woman as part of an ongoing investigation into a multi-million dollar fraud against the National Australia Bank.
In February 2018, detectives from NSW Police's Financial Crimes Squad established Strike Force Napthali to investigate allegations of corrupt commissions being paid for contracts with the bank.
Police claim those commissions were valued at about $40 million over a five-year period.
The woman arrested is Helen Rosamond, a director of events management company Human Group — a former supplier to NAB.
A large number of documents were seized along with electronic storage devices at three Sydney businesses by detectives in April last year in relation to the investigation.