WHO IS DARYL MAGUIRE?
* The 61-year-old former Liberal MP represented Wagga Wagga from 1999 to 2018, when he quit over revelations from a different Independent Commission Against Corruption inquiry.
* He was appointed a parliamentary secretary in 2014 by then-premier Barry O'Farrell and re-appointed to that position by later premiers Mike Baird and Gladys Berejiklian.
* He also chaired the NSW Asia-Pacific parliamentary friendship group.
* He had a "close personal relationship" with Ms Berejiklian for five years starting in 2015.
WHAT DID MR MAGUIRE ADMIT TO AT ICAC?
* Between 2012 and 2018 Mr Maguire sought to use his public office with a view of making money for himself and his associates.
* He admits he should have updated the premier immediately about his conflicts of interest and knew he was obliged to not "knowingly conceal" such matters from her.
* He admits using his parliamentary staff, email, office and printer to run networking business G8wayInternational
* Electoral staff in Wagga Wagga were also helped him pursue personal business interests.
* He was deliberately kept off G8way's books but effectively help direct it, using it to make personal profits.
* More than once he received at his parliamentary office deliveries of thousands of dollars of cash associated with a visa scheme for Chinese nationals
* He became suspicious the visa scheme wasn't legitimate but decided to proceed anyway because he was "making money".
WHAT CAN HE NOT RECALL?
* Seeing a draft invoice on G8way letterhead charging a Chinese delegation $5000 for three services including "the introductory service", which the commission has alleged related to then-premier Barry O'Farrell
WHAT DOES HE DENY?
* G8way was set up to establish a nest egg for his retirement. ("To establish an effective network was the main aim of G8way")
WHAT WAS G8WAYINTERNATIONAL DOING?
* Set up in October 2012 it sought to link Australian producers with Chinese buyers.
* It tried to do deals over wine, milk powder, steel, cotton and coal and charged a commission of up to 10 per cent on sales that came from its networking efforts
* G8way got Chinese nationals Australian visas for up to $20,000 cash
* It also promoted the suggestion it had access to the highest levels of government
SOURCE: Evidence in ICAC hearings in October 2020.
Australian Associated Press