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ASIC risk/life enforcement despite Trowbridge

  Jun 10, 2015 
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ASIC pursuing life/risk enforcement despite Trowbridge

ASIC signals that despite the industry’s position responding to Trowbridge, it is continuing to pursue enforcement over life/risk misconduct. Read more

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ASIC chairman, Greg Medcraft says the regulator has a $50 million war chest that he’s ready to use against banks, planners and other miscreants. Read more

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Australian asset managers are expected to increase their offshore distribution thanks to easier global distribution vehicles such as the UCITS. Read more

Budget boosts business confidence

The Federal Budget’s focus on small business boosted business confidence by 9.6 points in May but confidence levels remain volatile and dependent on events. Read more

Promoter of non-existent fund banned for four years

ASIC has banned the promoter of a fund that has never existed from providing financial services for four years. Read more

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