The latest issue of Financial Standard now available as an e-newspaper
Forex CT cops $20 million fineBY ANNABELLE DICKSON | WEDNESDAY, 2 JUN 2021 12:16PM
The Federal Court has handed down a $20 million penalty to Forex Capital Trading for engaging in a system of unconscionable conduct, including the use of high-pressure sales tactics, conflicted remuneration and failing to act in the best interests of clients.
Read more: Forex CT, ASIC, Federal Court, Forex Capital Trading, Shlomo Yoshai, Cathie Armour, CFD, Wolf of Wall Street
|Sponsored by iShares|
Invest for the long term with iShares ESG ETFs.
Just a week on from the exit of its chief executive, EISS Super has also now bid farewell to its chair and several directors.
T. Rowe Price has appointed a new head of institutional for Australia and New Zealand, formerly of AXA Investment Managers.
Employers and the government are failing parents, costing mothers $1.6 billion in superannuation, according to new research from Industry Super Australia.
Hostplus was grilled about its relationship with IFM Investors at a parliamentary hearing that sought to uncover any evidence of collusion and anti-competitiveness.
|Brought to you by|