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Government names new ASIC chairBY ALEX BURKE | TUESDAY, 17 OCT 2017 11:57AM
The Federal Government has named the new ASIC chair to succeed Greg Medcraft, this time with Labor's approval.
Read more: ASIC, Labor, Federal Government, Greg Medcraft, Hong Kong, James Shipton, Shadow Treasurer, Chris Bowen, Kelly O'Dwyer, Australia, Blake Dawson Waldron, Credit Suisse, Desdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, Eurekahedge Advisers, Goldman Sachs, Harvard Law School, John O'Sullivan, Linklaters
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