Two of the heads of the failed finance company Bridgecorp have again appeared in the Auckland District Court.
Rodney Petricevic and Rob Roest are accused of making false statements in a company prospectus and a directors certificate about the time it took to repay investors.
The charges carry maximum penalties of five years in prison and fines of up to $5000,000.
The accused were remanded on bail to reappear on 16 December. No pleas were taken.
Bridgecorp collapsed on 2 July 2007, owing $500 million to 18,000 investors.