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PwC partner Hong Shao accused of helping husband Di Wu siphon $3.3million from Creative Promotions


A history-making senior executive at accountancy giant PwC Australia is accused of helping her husband rort his bosses of $3.3million in an alleged fake invoice scam to build their dream home.

Shao Hong, 44, was the first Chinese-born audit partner to be appointed by PwC Australia when she was promoted in 2018 after moving to Australia from China and joining the firm in 2005.

But her high-flying career now hangs in the balance after a lawsuit was filed in the Federal Court accusing her and her husband Di Wu of ‘systemic fraud’.

It’s alleged they set up a complex system of bank transfers to steal the cash to fund the construction of a six bedroom home in Sydney’s leafy north shore and buy a luxury $200,000-plus Porsche Cayenne SUV.  

Shao Hong, 44, was the first Chinese-born audit partner to be appointed by PwC Australia when she was promoted in 2018 after joining the firm from China in 2005

Shao Hong's high-flying career at PwC Australia (pictured, PwC Australia's Sydney head office) now hangs in the balance after a lawsuit was filed in the Federal Court accusing her and her husband Di Wu of 'systemic fraud'

Shao Hong’s high-flying career at PwC Australia (pictured, PwC Australia’s…



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