Company director charged with more than 50 counts of bribery in an alleged ...

Company director is charged with more than 50 counts of bribery after an alleged $40million corporate fraud scandal involving invoices for NAB Human Group director has been charged with over 50 bribery offences   Helen Rosamond was arrested at her home in Sydney on Friday morning   Police allege she was involved in a $40million corporate fraud scandal  Human Group had a contract with National Australia Bank for five years  Ms Rosamond was refused bail and is due to appear in court on Friday 

By Laura Withers For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 04:29 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 04:54 GMT, 1 March 2019

A company director is facing more than 50 bribery charges after being accused of being involved in a $40million corporate fraud scandal.

Events and human resources company Human Group director Helen Rosamond was arrested at her home in Potts Point, an inner Sydney suburb, on Friday at around 9am by specialist detectives.

Police claim she was involved allegedly corrupt commissions that are said to have seen her company offer over-inflated invoices to the National Australia Bank (NAB).

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The relationship between Ms Rosamond (pictured) and former NAB CEO Andrew Thorburn's former chief-of-staff, Rosemary Rogers is at the centre of the investigation

The relationship between Ms Rosamond (pictured) and former NAB CEO Andrew Thorburn's former chief-of-staff, Rosemary Rogers is at the centre of the investigation

Human Group director Helen Rosamond (pictured left) was arrested at her home in Potts Point an inner Sydney suburb on Friday around 9am by specialist detectives

Human Group director Helen Rosamond (pictured left) was arrested at her home in Potts Point an inner Sydney suburb on Friday around 9am by specialist detectives

The 43-year-old was taken to Kings Cross police station for further questioning and she was subsequently charged with 58 offences.

The businesswoman was charged with 56 counts of corruptly give agent benefit, and one count each of obtain benefit by deception and attempt fraud.

Human Group was a former supplier to the NAB, and it's understood the contract was worth around $40 million over a five-year period.

Strike Force Napthali detectives, a unit specially set up to investigate the allegedly fraudulent claims, will allege Rosamond spent more than $6.6 million to cover personal expenses for others.

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