We now know what Oliver Curtis' life will look like after prison.

Just three days after being released from Cooma Correctional Centre after serving a 12-month sentence for insider trading, Oliver Curtis will return to work on Monday.

According to the Daily Telegraph, Curtis will work as a business development officer at his father Nick’s medical tech business E-Nome.

The paper also reports because of his crime, the father-of-two is subject to an Australian Securities and Investment Commission ban, meaning he is prohibited from being a company director for five years.

On Friday, Curtis walked free from jail to an awaiting media pack who were desperate to capture his first moments of freedom.

Before long, he was heading to a private jet organised by his publicist wife Roxy Jacenko, where his two children, five-year-old Pixie and three-year-old Hunter, were waiting for him.

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The children, who were told their father was in China for the duration of his prison sentence, appeared elated when spotting their father on the tarmac.

In an interview with Mia Freedman’s No Filter earlier this year, Jacenko told Mamamia she had taken Hunter to visit his father, but not Pixie.

“I took Hunter there to visit him…I told him we were going to China and we went on a plane – I was like ‘45 minutes to China!’”

“I didn’t tell Pixie because it’s my duty is to protect her.

“She’s five, she understands separation – to have taken her into that environment and then have had to go…no.”

Jacenko added if she was able to foresee the mess Curtis’ crimes to wreck for their family, she never would bought children into the world until it was sorted.

“As a mother, if you have children you have an obligation. I would forgo my own happiness for my children’s happiness. If I had a choice, I probably would have done things very differently…I wouldn’t have had children until this situation was sorted out because it’s not right.”