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|... #BankingRoyalCommision #bankingRC #BanksRC #ABC730 . The Royal Commission ended as expected quietly. Achieved nothing for victims, and I understand, victims are extremely unhappy. With the Debt colectiors back in full action, many families will face ...|
|Victims of domestic violence will be able to access their superannuation thanks to new measures introduced by the Federal Government. Overall the package has been met with mixed reactions. Victims of domestic and family violence will be able to withdraw ...|
|Domestic violence victims will get early access to their superannuation. Delivering the Women's Economic Security Statement at the National Press Club today, Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations and Minister for Women, Kelly O'Dwyer announced ...|
|... submitted a response to Commissioner Kenneth Hayne's interim report, documenting feedback to the Royal Commission through victims of bank misconduct, including claims banks go out of their way to avoid compensation settlements. In its submission ...|
|... said. "There is a strong case to consider extending the banking Royal Commission in order to hear from more people, more victims in more parts of Australia." Labor called for the Royal Commission in April, 2016 and Prime Minister Scott Morrison voted ...|
|... support initiatives, including training branch staff and financial counsellors in identifying and supporting potential victims. While speaking at a forum hosted by Financial Standard and Challenger earlier this year, KJB Law senior solicitor Kerstin ...|
|The Federal Government released draft proposals for improving compensation for victims of crime, including the ability to claw-back irregular superannuation contributions made by criminals. To ensure superannuation accounts cannot be used as a safe ...|
|The latest financial crime research from Thomson Reuters found companies in Asia Pacific experienced financial crime above the global level. The survey found that globally 47% of companies had fallen victim to financial crime, however regionally, APAC ...|
|Victims of Financial Fraud (VOFF) are calling on former ASIC chair Greg Medcraft and deputy chair Peter Kell to answer for alleged mishandling of financial services regulation. VOFF wants Medcraft and Kell to be recalled to the Royal Commission so they ...|
|... Allowing disgorgement of profits in civil penalties, the government agreed that courts should give priority to compensating victims over collecting penalties. It has also agreed to expand ASIC's banning powers, allowing it to ban a person "not adequately ...|
In a study of 3.8 million analyst forecasts in 45 countries between 1994 and 2019 it has been found that US analysts fail to outperform on average.
Despite the tumultuous market conditions brought about this year, Longlead Capital Partners believes Pan-Asia equities are set to deliver a strong performance in 2021.
A non-executive director of the platform provider has been forced to step down following an administrative error, while the former Powerwrap chair has been appointed to the board.
An industry fund has awarded $170 million to an emerging markets strategy from Pinnacle's latest boutique partner.
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