Barry Santoro one of a number of people allegedly caught up in an alleged scam that left creditors owing more than $100m

A Victorian bakery owner says he was appointed a “dummy director” and convicted of breaching the Corporations Act after a lawyer allegedly acting without his knowledge or consent pleaded guilty on his behalf, a court has heard.

On the first day of hearings for one of Australia’s largest-ever liquidators public examinations, the federal court heard from a Geelong baker who was one of a number of people allegedly used as a dummy director in an alleged tax evasion scheme that left creditors owed more than $100m.

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