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|Australian banks have taken the inauspicious title of second most fined in the world for 2020, according to new data. The research from Finbold found that US banks had to pay the most in fines of anywhere in the world - with 12 fines against US banks ...|
|... ASIC Financial Adviser Register. FASEA is in the process of being shut down and its functions transferred to other regulatory agencies as the government seeks to act on the Royal Commission's recommendation that the advice sector be regulated by a single ...|
|The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has fined the bank for falsifying payment documentation in relation to third-party intermediaries. Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay more than US$120 million for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices ...|
|The corporate regulator has lambasted the major auditors for sloppy work, and poor governance and accountability practices. A sample of audits for the six months to June 2020 questions the quality and integrity of audit services. In aggregate, ASIC ...|
|... give consent, will have their names added to the successful candidates list on the FASEA website." Financial advice regulatory and legal requirements was highlighted by FASEA and exam provider ACER as being an area of knowledge where many of those sitting ...|
|The government has released a new compliance campaign to crack down on foreign investors purchasing residential property and ensuring they are abiding by the guidelines. The Tip Off campaign encourages people to send information to the tax office about ...|
|Charles Schwab UK has been fined $15.6 million for failing to protect consumers and lying to the regulator. CSUK has to cough up GBP8.96 million for a number for safeguard and compliance failures, the UK's Financial Conduct Authority has found, noting ...|
|In 2021, ASIC will review how market participants adapted to the ASX's outage in November, and if they and the ASX violated their market operating licences. On November 16 at 10:24 am, ASX halted trading on ASX Trade after switching to new systems ...|
|The Federal Court has sentenced a tax adviser to seven and a half months in prison and fined him $640,000. Brisbane-based Kent Scott Hacker will spend Christmas behind bars after receiving the seven and a half months sentence. He, and his related companies ...|
|... or May next year. With the new system going live in September 2021, APRA said there will be a progressive cutover of regulatory data reporting to APRA Connect over the coming years. Entities will be required to use both D2A and APRA Connect in the medium ...|
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BlackRock will push companies to disclose plans for their transition to a net-zero carbon economy, chief executive Larry Fink stated in his annual letter to company leaders
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The $171 billion sovereign wealth fund increased its cash position to 19.8% or about $34 billion, as it reports a positive year for returns ending December.
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IFM Investors has made a EUR 5 billion offer for a 22% stake in Spanish energy company Naturgy Energy Group.
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Corporate watchdog ASIC was hit with a cybersecurity breach on January 15 that has potentially exposed personal information.
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