A former senior manager at the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has been hit with criminal charges, including allegedly providing the regulator with false documents while he was the chief executive of a credit union.
- Lyndon Kingston was formerly a senior manager at APRA who supervised credit unions
- He is accused of providing false documents and dishonestly using his position as BCU director
- He is due to appear in court on February 14
Brisbane man Lyndon Allen Kingston, who was recruited from the banking watchdog by Bananacoast Community Credit Union (BCU) but sacked as CEO in 2017, faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.
Mr Kingston appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court last Friday, charged with making and using a false document with the intention of dishonestly inducing a public official to accept it as genuine.
Mr Kingston was sacked by the Bananacoast Community Credit Union in 2017. (Facebook: Anna Kingston)
He is also accused of providing BCU false information and dishonestly using his position as a BCU director.
In a civil lawsuit…