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|The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) has answered questions in regards to the remuneration of ASIC chair James Shipton and former deputy chair Daniel Crennan. At the parliamentary joint committee on corporations and financial services, chair ...|
|... his statement that in September 2020 he was first told of external advice about the Australian National Audit Office's (ANAO) position concerning the rental allowance being paid to him, despite it being flagged last year. While being questioned at ...|
|... Crennan said that in September 2020 he was first told of external advice about the Australian National Audit Office's (ANAO) position concerning the rental allowance being paid to him. "I requested that ASIC cease paying me the rental allowance. ...|
|... disappointed that such situation has occurred," the regulator said. Chester added that, going forward, ASIC will deal with ANAO reports more efficiently. ASIC's commissioners are also well paid, with Catherine Armour taking home the most of the cohort ...|
|... of it. What was found in an independent audit of APRA's superannuation work In 2016, the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) independently audited APRA's performance in regards to its work with superannuation entities. The review found a number of ...|
|... weekly earnings, more for low income earners," the ASFA submission said. It also noted the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) report from June 2015, Promoting Compliance with Superannuation Guarantee Obligations , that highlighted the high level ...|
|... non-compliance for five years loses 14% of their retirement savings," Atkin said. "Cbus welcomes the recommendations by the ANAO but calls on the government to go further and investigate aligning payment of the superannuation guarantee with wages. "The ...|
|... the licensing sector in a bid to simplify the process and push more licenses through. The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) also reported that ASIC has blown the licensing budget they were allocated. ASIC soaked up almost twice the resources anticipated ...|
Mainstream is pursuing a scheme of arrangement with SS&C Technologies Holdings after Vistra missed its deadline to match or provide a superior offer.
The Federal Court has ruled that Mayfair 101 founder James Mawhinney cannot fundraise for or advertise financial products for 20 years.
Global fund manager Nuveen Real Estate has shuffled its local executive lineup, which includes bidding farewell to its division head of Australia.
The government has commenced consultation on exposure draft legislation that will reduce the tax burden on granny flats in a move to prevent elder financial abuse.
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