ALLEGATIONS AGAINST KEY PLAYERS IN THE ATO FRAUD CASE:

ADAM MICHAEL CRANSTON, 30

* Controlled payroll company Plutus as a director of its sole shareholder Synep

* Asked his father, ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston, for information after second-tier companies were investigated

* Charge: conspiring to defraud the Commonwealth

LAUREN ANNE CRANSTON, 24

* Jointly exercised day-to-day controls over bank accounts of second-tier companies to which legitimate payroll requests were funnelled

* Kept Excel spreadsheets on a laptop which allegedly showed the enormous amounts of tax being withheld from the ATO

* Charges: conspiring to defraud the Commonwealth and dealing in the proceeds of crime

SIMON PAUL ANQUETIL, 33

* Former director of Plutus who continued to manage it during the alleged conspiracy

* Charge: conspiring to defraud the Commonwealth

DANIEL ROSTANKOVSKI, 28

* Managed so-called "straw directors" of second-tier companies who were paid between $12,000 and $127,000 to allow main conspirators to distance themselves from the scam

* Paid $173,609 for his role

* Charge: demanding with menace with the intention to gain or cause a loss

DEV MENON, 33

* Tax lawyer who participated actively in the conspiracy, giving advice to co-accused about how the scam should be managed

* Assisted in calculating the proceeds

* Worked as a conduit between Rostankovski and other co-accused

* Charge: conspiring to defraud the Commonwealth

DEVYN MICHELLE HAMMOND, 24

* Jointly exercised control over second-tier companies with Lauren Cranston

* Charge: conspire to cause loss

JASON CORNELL ONLEY, 46

* Director of Synep who exercised joint control of Plutus

* Charge: conspiring to defraud the Commonwealth

CHRISTOPHER JAMES GUILLAN, 29

* Charge: dealing with the proceeds of crime

DANIEL SIMON HAUSMAN, 41

* Charge: demanding with menace with the intention to gain or cause a loss

AARON LEO PAUL, 33

* Associate of Adam Cranston who replaced straw directors managed by Rostankovski

AAP

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