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FATCA outcome remains unclear
MARK SMITH  |  MONDAY, 21 JAN 2013
... Australian Taxation Office rather than directly to the IRS, an IGA would help to avoid conflicts with local laws, such as data privacy," said Siviour. "It would also go a long way to lessening the compliance burden on local financial institutions by ...
Murdoch matriarch remembered for charity work
MARK SMITH  |  THURSDAY, 6 DEC 2012
... Elisabeth famously criticised Rupert Murdoch's now defunct UK tabloid The News of the World as being too intrusive on people's privacy. News Limited CEO Kim Williams said she was "an extraordinary national figure who inspired generations of Australians ...
Model FATCA intergov agreement imminent
MELANIE TIMBRELL  |  THURSDAY, 26 JUL 2012
... having to breach local laws in order to comply with US laws," Brogden said. The FATCA rules as they stand require that if privacy and secrecy rules exist in an FFI's country that the institution asks any US customer to waive their rights under the rules ...
Fix churn with watch list: AFA
MELANIE TIMBRELL  |  MONDAY, 16 JUL 2012
... Financial Services Council (FSC) calls for a crackdown on 'churning.' The watch list would extend as far as allowable under privacy legislation with insurers permitted to share information to establish who the churners are and create the list accessible ...
Dodd-Frank sees rise in virtual family offices
MELANIE TIMBRELL  |  FRIDAY, 13 JUL 2012
... U.S. taxpayers are struggling with the requirements of the Dodd-Frank Act, view the Act as an unwarranted intrusion into privacy and are uncertain of the Act's impact on them," the report concluded. "Escalating costs for Dodd-Frank compliance in addition ...
FSS responds to Privacy Commissioner's Report
RACHEL DAVIS  |  FRIDAY, 8 JUN 2012
The trustee of First State Super has responded to the Privacy Commissioner's report into a data security breach last year, when a member was able to download the details of nearly 600 other members. Patrick Webster, First State Super (FSS) member, ex-NSW ...
LGS first fund to sign iqBoard solution
ELISE BURGESS  |  TUESDAY, 15 NOV 2011
... areas of the fund such as its financial planner and relationship manager networks. Managing all address security and data privacy remotely, IQBG will also be able to disable the device if it is stolen or lost. The platform, iqBoard, was developed with ...
Privacy Commissioner opens investigation into First State Super
ELISE BURGESS  |  THURSDAY, 20 OCT 2011
Inquiries are underway after the Australian Privacy Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, said there will be an investigation into the First State Super security breach as the fund notifies its entire 770,000 member base. The commissioner weighed in on the ...
Treasury targets $18.8bn in lost super
ELISE BURGESS  |  MONDAY, 7 FEB 2011
... as the primary identifier of their accounts or to assist with consolidation of accounts between and across funds due to privacy guidelines. The draft, known as SuperStream, is estimated by the Treasury to save up to 25 per cent on superannuation administration ...
Dob in a fraud: CalPERS
RUTH LIEW  |  THURSDAY, 16 SEP 2010
... enterprise risk management will bring together all aspects of risk management, including internal compliance operations, privacy and security, disaster recovery and business continuity programs," said Anne Stausboll, chief executive of CalPERS. Other ...
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