Tuesday 16 August 2022 01:43 AM Sydney bank executive Helen Rosamond allegedly masterminded a ... trends now
An executive is on trial in Sydney accused of using stolen money to pay for a series of lavish gifts and bribes, including a $620,000 holiday.
Buying her in-laws a new car, shouting someone's father a 70th birthday bash at a winery, picking up a $30,000 fuel tab - Helen Mary Rosamond's generosity appeared boundless.
But federal prosecutors allege the Sydney executive hid a secret - her extravagant presents totalling millions of dollars were paid for by NAB.
Chief executive Helen Mary Rosamond, 47, (pictured) pleaded not guilty to dozens of fraud and bribery charges. She allegedly masterminded a multi-million-dollar scam which made invoices look like NAB expenditure
The chief executive of events and human resources company Human Group, 47, pleaded not guilty on Monday to dozens of fraud and bribery charges alleging she masterminded a multi-million-dollar scam against the Big Four bank between 2013 and 2017.
Invoices were made out to look like NAB expenditures, the