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Chester eyes ASIC chair roleBY KARREN VERGARA | FRIDAY, 19 MAR 2021 12:43PM
ASIC deputy chair Karen Chester has confirmed that she wants to be considered for the role as chair of the corporate regulator, taking over from James Shipton who will step down as soon as the right candidate is announced.
Read more: ASIC, AUSTRAC, James Shipton, Karen Chester, Australian Banking Association, Australian Border Force, Australian National Audit Office, Daniel Crennan, Nicole Rose, Westpac
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