Perth man pleads not guilty on ASIC fraud charges

Mark Pallister, formerly of Rossmoyne in Western Australia, has pleaded not guilty in the District Court of Western Australia to three fraud charges brought by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

Mr Pallister, now residing at Point Piper in Sydney pleaded not guilty to three charges of intent to defraud by deceit or fraudulent means following ASIC's investigation into a complaint concerning Rototek Pty Ltd, a company associated with Mr Pallister, which had entered into a joint venture arrangement and partnership with Citybright Pty Ltd, trading as 'Concept Boats'.


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