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Former advisers face huge finesBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | FRIDAY, 6 NOV 2020 12:27PM
A former Macquarie and Crestone financial adviser could be facing $1 million in fines, while the other has been fined $30,000 in a busy week for ASIC.
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