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APRA flexes new musclesBY HARRISON WORLEY | WEDNESDAY, 22 MAY 2019 11:47AM
APRA has invoked its new powers for the first time, directing IOOF and its superannuation entities to implement and maintain an Office of the Superannuation Trustee (OST) within the group or risk facing a financial penalty.
Read more: IOOF, APRA, OST, Office of the Superannuation Trustee, IIML, AET, Government, SIS Act, IOOF Investment Management, Australian Executor Trustees
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