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Outline – Westpac v Ollis case

Victor Warren Ollis had several bank accounts with Westpac.

Key Facts

The Bank made key allegations including:

  • The Bank was not aware that ….
  • If the Bank had known – they would have taken steps

Key Documents

Chronology

Commercial List Statement

Judgment

Transcripts

Summons

Bank statement

Who

Key bank personnel

Other key participants

The most influential person in this process, other than Ollis and the bank officers was Jonathan Lee Spark of the NSW Crime Commission.  He is joined in this diary by the following:

And of course, probably none of Westpac’s activities would have been possible or occurred had it not been for the lawyers for the bank, in this case Messrs. Henry Davis York and related barristers.  These persons consist of:

For Westpac:

Philip Crawford, HDY

Claudine Salameh, HDY

Michael Sullivan, HDY

Noel McCoy, HDY

James Stevenson SC, Barrister

Nick Kabilafkas, BarristerEdward Downer, HDY

For Ollis:

Christopher Dibb

Hussein Karimjee

For Mark Smith:

Adrian Holmes

For the New South Wales Crime Commission (NSWCC):

Ian Temby

These above persons and their roles are discussed below and in the accompanying documents.

Other witnesses:

Kate Finnigan

John Henry Williams

Robert Colwell

Robert James Witheridge

Frank Mazzone

Darryl Barlow

Maryanne Aspland

Helen Parice Nelson

Karen Booth

Jennifer Thommenny

Colin Dyson

Victims and others:

Ann hunter

Stephen Holmes

Garry Pilgrim

Peter Flynn

Green Parks

William and Victoria Burke

Michael Gerondis

More information on the Who of Westpac v Ollis may also be found in the following podcasts:

View our podcast – Season 1, Episode 3

What

View our podcast – Season 1, Episode 3

When

Chronology

Why

How

Where

Here are his bank statements – click here.

These above persons and there roles are discussed below and in the accompanying documents.

Legal opportunity

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