JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  FRIDAY, 23 JUN 2017   12:34PM
A former Brisbane-based financial adviser was banned by ASIC for seven years for failures to comply with financial services law, including falsifying insurance applications.
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RG 133 review reveals poor compliance
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  THURSDAY, 22 JUN 2017
Custodians and responsible entities of managed investment schemes with asset holding requirements are falling short of ASIC expectations, showing generally poor levels of understanding and compliance with Regulatory Guide 133.
Insurer must refund $330k
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  WEDNESDAY, 21 JUN 2017
Virginia Surety Company, a general insurer whose bundled add-on products included life insurance cover, has been subject to an ASIC investigation involving more than 500 customers.
Broaden levy to foreign banks: Big four
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 19 JUN 2017
Large foreign banks should also be subjected to the proposed $6.2 billion bank levy, Australia's four major banks told the Senate Standing Committee on Economics reviewing the levy Bill last week.
Actor linked to Malaysian pension fund scandal
ALEX BURKE  |  MONDAY, 19 JUN 2017
The US Department of Justice is seeking to recover about $2 billion in assets misappropriated from a Malaysian sovereign wealth fund in a scandal with ties to the Malaysian prime minister's stepson and US actor Leonardo DiCaprio, among other notable ...
Permanent ban for ex-OnePath adviser
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 19 JUN 2017
ASIC has permanently banned a financial adviser for double charging clients and falsifying records.
ASIC enters new era as industry funding model passes
ALEX BURKE  |  FRIDAY, 16 JUN 2017
The ASIC Supervisory Cost Recovery Levy Bill 2017, which will enable the regulator to recoup costs from the industries it supervises, has been passed into law.
Super tax reforms take effect
KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 16 JUN 2017
The suite of superannuation taxation reforms affecting contributions, CGT relief and transition to retirement income streams have passed through Parliament.
UBS cops $280,000 ASIC fine
ALEX BURKE  |  FRIDAY, 16 JUN 2017
UBS Securities paid $280,000 in penalties following two infringement notices issued by ASIC's Markets Disciplinary Panel .
Banks narrowly avoid parliamentary inquiry
EMMA RAPAPORT  |  FRIDAY, 16 JUN 2017
Australian banks have narrowly dodged the possibility of facing a Royal Commission-style inquiry after a Green's Bill to establish a Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry fell short by a single vote in the House of Representatives yesterday.
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