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ASIC enforcement must get tough: CommissionerBY KANIKA SOOD | TUESDAY, 5 FEB 2019 12:39PM
ASIC's enforcement arm must wrangle more muscle but it should be separated from the regulator's day-to-day dealings with its subjects, the Royal Commission final report said.
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