The police raid the former senior adviser of the CEO of NAB and confiscate documents and computers as part of a bribery investigation
- The house of the former Chief of Staff of the NAB CEO has been attacked by the police
- Detectives went home from Rosemary Rogers on Wednesday
- There are no costs associated with Ms. Rogers, the CEO of NAB who is not being investigated
Bryant Hevesi for Daily Mail Australia
The house of the former chief of staff of NAB CEO Andrew Thorburn has been attacked by the police.
Fraud seekers moved into Rosemary Rogers' residence in Williamstown, south-west Melbourne, on Wednesday morning.
A number of items were ranked by the police, including a large amount of files and computers, according to the Australian.
The police raid was part of a bribery investigation involving detectives from both Victoria and New South Wales, following the royal commission for banks.
The house of Rosemary Rogers, the former chief of staff of NAB CEO Andrew Thorburn (photo), has been raided by the police. Thorburn is not in research
Ms. Rogers is being examined for ten years for services provided by The Human Group, a business services company to NAB.
The investigation into fraudsters investigates the alleged greasy penalties that the Human Group pays to NAB employees to win inflated contracts from the bank.
The survey assesses luxury travel attended by bank managers.
No charges have been made against Mrs Rogers.
Mr. Thorburn is not being investigated by the police and he is not suspected of a crime.
Ms. Rogers no longer works at NAB and the Crime Commission of New South Wales has instructed the bank to freeze her accounts last week.
Ms. Rogers is being examined for services provided by The Human Group, a business services company, to NAB (stock image)