Hunt on for controversial missing property developer as his lawyer daughter faces charges of using false documents to secure a $150million loan
- Developer, Jean Nassif, believed to be living internationally
- Police were granted a warrant for his arrest on Friday
Embattled Sydney developer Jean Nassif is believed to be living overseas as police ramp up efforts to track down the mogul amid fraud allegations.
Detectives from the NSW Police organised crime squad were granted an arrest warrant for Mr Nassif on Friday in relation to fraud-related charges.
Strike Force Calool was established in April 2021 to investigate alleged financial crimes.
Embattled Sydney developer Jean Nassif (centre) it believed to be living internationally while police search for him after receiving a warrant for his arrest on fraud-related charges
His daughter, Ashlyn (pictured), continues to face court after being charged with using fake contracts to secure a $150million loan for a development in northwest Sydney
The move comes as Mr Nassif’s daughter – Ashlyn Nassif – continues to front court on allegations she used fake contracts to secure a $150million loan.
The 27-year-old is accused of falsifying $10.5m in pre-sale contracts for the development of the $900m Sky View apartment complex in northwest Sydney.
The partner of law firm EA Legal is yet to enter pleas after she was charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception and publishing false or misleading material.
She was granted bail in March with $2.6m secured by her family.
Post source: The List