Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers lists Williamstown trophy home

Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers lists Williamstown trophy home
Former NAB chief of staff Rosemary Rogers lists Williamstown trophy home

The NAB bank boss’s former chief of staff Rosemary Rogers has listed her Williamstown home, according to Your Money.

The television network's chief business reporter Leo Shanahan reported the listing was not on websites, but just had a sign on its front fence.

Rogers bought her $3.8 million trophy home with an NAB mortgage in September 2017 with her husband.

It was alleged the $380,000 deposit was paid to the real estate agent by Helen Rosamond from The Human Group.

She has resigned from NAB after years working as executive assistant to the previous CEO, Cameron Clyne, and then chief of staff to Andrew Thorburn.

NSW Police searched Rogers' home in the Melbourne suburb last December.

The senior executive at the National Australia Bank has since been charged with 56 offences after voluntarily flying to Sydney from Melbourne for questioning over an alleged $40 million fraud surrounding the bank.

The elegant four-bedroom Victorian home in Williamstown was built in 1880 on 1000 square metres.

It boasts a tessellated tiled veranda.

The Williamstown home also features a barbecue kitchen, pizza oven and a climate-controlled pavilion with indoor pool.

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