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CSLR unfairly locks out some victims: Maurice BlackburnBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | MONDAY, 16 AUG 2021 11:14AM
The Compensation Scheme of Last Resort (CSLR) will lock out victims of financial misconduct or fraud who pursue court proceedings - something that is inherently unfair, according to law firm Maurice Blackburn.Read more: AFCA, Maurice Blackburn, Compensation Scheme of Last Resort, Association of Financial Advisers, Josh Mennen, Australian Financial Complaints Authority, Boutique Financial Planning Principals Association, Chartered Accountants Australia, CPA Australia, Financial Planning Association of Australia, Institute of Public Accountants, SMSF Association, Treasury
Pallas Capital has introduced a new short term fund that will invest in real estate assets in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
A new study on the prevalence of insider cybersecurity threats, conducted by the Ponemon Institute, has revealed just how much insider attacks are costing financial services firms.
Mayfair 101 has confirmed it will appeal the 2021 Federal Court decision that found its advertising misled and deceived investors.
Sustainable investors tend to favour environmental-themed strategies over social ones as the former is more tangible and easier to measure.
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