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Sam Henderson avoids jail, fined $10,000 – The Australian Financial Review

The Hayne royal commission also famously heard that Henderson’s firm had advised client Donna McKenna, a Fair Work Commissioner, to transfer her superannuation savings into a self-managed fund.
Had she followed that advice, Henderson Maxwell would have collected extra fees but she would have immediately forfeited $500,000, the commission heard. It was also alleged that one of the firm’s staff members impersonated Ms McKenna in a phone call to her super fund.
“As a financial adviser, Mr Henders…

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