The inquest into the death of Sydney fraudster Melissa Caddick is coming to an end as receivers send her assets under the hammer to recoup missing funds.
Melissa Caddick inquest enters final days
The inquest into Sydney fraudster Melissa Caddick’s disappearance is entering its final days.
Caddick defrauded family and friends of between $20 million-$30 million in a Ponzi scheme before vanishing hours after authorities raided her home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
A 10-day inquest was established in September to investigate the circumstances leading to the 49-year-old’s disappearance in November 2020 and her mindset at the time.
The inquest has heard from a number of key witnesses including her husband Anthony Koletti, police officers and psychologists.