A financial adviser has been sentenced to six years in prison for stealing more than $3 million of his clients’ investments.
In May Andrew Robinson, 42, the principal of Auckland mortgage broking and insurance firm Strategic Planning Group, pleaded guilty to four charges of theft by a person in a special relationship, one of improperly dealing with funds and one charge of fraudulently using a document.
Justice Matthew Muir sentenced Robinson to six years in prison with a minimum imprisonment period of two years and nine months.
Source: Financial adviser Andrew Robinson sentenced to six years in prison. Published 17 July 2015
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