Wagga businessman and Regional Development Australia Riverina chairman Richard Allsopp has been added to the witness list for an Independent Commission Against Corruption inquiry into Daryl Maguire.
Mr Allsopp's name was added to ICAC's witness list for a hearing on Friday, with the changes coming about a week after the first details were released about which people would appear.
Counsel assisting ICAC Scott Robertson spent more time on Tuesday asking witnesses about connections between Mr Maguire's company, G8wayinternational, Wagga City Council and a failed $400 million bid to build an international trade centre in Wagga.
Assistant Commissioner Ruth McColl told the hearing that former Wagga council general manager Alan Eldridge has appointed a solicitor to represent him in relation to ICAC.
As of Tuesday, Mr Eldridge had not been included on a list of upcoming witnesses.
Former councillor and Wagga financial planner Julian McLaren was also mentioned at the hearings.
On Monday, the ICAC hearing was shown a spreadsheet that allocated Mr McLaren a 5 per cent share in commissions earned by G8wayinternational.
Mr McLaren's share in the commissions in that spreadsheet was equal those of Mr Maguire, G8way director Phillip Elliott, a Chinese diplomat identified as 'Du Wei' and one other associate.
G8Way director Phillip Elliott told ICAC that Mr McLaren was "one of Mr Maguire's offsiders" and had "an idea of being able to offer financial advice to any potential investors".
Mr Robertson asked Mr Elliott if he agreed that "as at June of 2014, you saw yourself as being in business" with Mr Maguire and Mr McLaren.
"Yep. Yes, that would be right," Mr Elliott replied.
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