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Continuous disclosure laws to stayBY KARREN VERGARA | WEDNESDAY, 17 FEB 2021 12:35PM
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg flagged that the temporary disclosure laws for public companies relaxed at the height of the coronavirus crisis will be made permanent.
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Intensifying its commitment to the Asia Pacific region, State Street has appointed a long serving J.P. Morgan executive as its first country head for Australia.
Former Spectrum Wealth Advisers chief executive Mark Schroeder has been slapped with banning orders in addition to his six-year ban from providing financial services.
New analysis from Rainmaker Information shows about 60% of all MySuper products reduced their fees last financial year, with the average fees paid by members now sitting at 1%.
Octopus Investments, an energy asset manager, has made several appointments after recently surpassing $1 billion in assets under management.
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