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Mr James Meaden, of Invermay in Victoria, has appeared at the Magistrates Court of Victoria at Ballarat, charged with a director’s duty offence under the Corporations Act, ASIC announced earlier today.
Mr Meaden, a former sole director of Brimarco Pty Ltd operated a designing, engineering and manufacturing business that specialised in purpose built and production vehicles, trailers and vehicle bodies.
ASIC alleged that Mr Meaden:
- knowingly authorised the transfer of funds from Brimarco company account to Tough As Pty Ltd, a related entity in which Mr Meaden was also a sole director, one day before Brimarco was placed in liquidation; and
- transferred the funds knowing that Brimarco had numerous creditors that were owed in excess of $2 million.
The effect of the transfer of the funds meant that creditors of the company were denied access to the company’s assets after it was placed in liquidation.
The matter was in Court on 14 December 2016. The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions is prosecuting the matter.