SCF accused keep names suppressed
The five individuals facing fraud charges relating to the $1.7 billion collapse of South Canterbury Finance have had their names suppression continued until next month.
Monday, 16 January 2012
At a hearing today in the Timaru District Court the case was adjourned until February 13.
Judge Joanna Maze allowed the five accused to keep their names suppressed until that date.
The five face 21 charges laid by the Serious Fraud Office in December after a 14-month investigation following South Canterbury Finance's collapse in August 2010.
Former South Canterbury Finance chairman Allan Hubbard died after a car crash in September last year.
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