Road rage banker leaves Forsyth Barr
Thu, 20 Sep 2012 1:54p.m.
Veteran analyst Guy Hallwright, who has been convicted and sentenced for a
road rage incident, has left sharebrokers Forsyth Barr.
"I can confirm he is no longer employed by Forsyth Barr," the firm's managing
director, Neil Paviour-Smith, told BusinessDesk.
"You will need to ask Guy what he is up to now - I am not able to comment on
staff through the media."
Hallwright, who joined the Forsyth Barr in 2005, was found guilty in Auckland
District Court in June of recklessly causing a serious injury.
On August 30 he was sentenced to 250 hours of community work, banned from
driving for 18 months and ordered him to pay $20,000 reparation to Sung Jin Kim,
who was injured during their confrontation.
Hallwright had hit Kim with his car after an exchange of angry gestures while
at traffic lights led to an argument in Auckland last September.
After driving a short distance away, Hallwright rang emergency services and
returned to the scene.
Both of Kim's legs were seriously injured, and his left ankle was shattered,
requiring reconstructive surgery.
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22/09/2012 2:06:02 p.m.
For the crime Mr Hallwright has commited/ admitted/found guilty shows that race and stature determines a favourable outcome for this defendent but illuminates the corruption within our justice system in NZ by certain individuals.
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