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ASIC bans AFSL chief executivesBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | MONDAY, 29 APR 2019 12:23PM
ASIC banned two joint chief executives from providing financial services for six years following an investigation.
Read more: ASIC, Courtenay House Capital Investment Fund, Halifax Investment Services, Jeffrey Worboys, Matthew Barnett, Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Australian Mutual Holdings, Ferrier Hodgson, Grant Thornton, Leader, Mayor of Sydney, Supreme Court of NSW, Sutherland Shire
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