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|... superannuation fund for around six years. She is also a member of the board of the St James Ethics Centre and a member of the senate for the University of Queensland. Wastcoat was also appointed to First Sentier's board in June, previously served as ...|
|... announced by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg defining class actions as "managed investment schemes" labelling them "bizarre", as the Senate holds its second public hearing into litigation funding and the regulation of the industry. The regulations could stymie ...|
|... malicious activity they may have conducted or information they may have accessed and will share more as we have it." The US Senate Committee on Commerce has requested Twitter brief the committee on the issue no later than July 23, with committee chair ...|
|... after BT was fined for using the term 'industry super'. The subject arose as Falinski questioned ASIC during the Senate Parliamentary Joint Committee, Corporations and Financial Services on its litigation against Mayfair 101. Part of ASIC's ...|
|... profitability', forcing many to sell their businesses for less than one tenth of what they were worth before these changes." At the Senate Parliamentary Joint Committee, Corporations and Financial Services O'Neil asked ASIC chair James Shipton why AMP's ...|
|... 'Administration fee - Protecting Your Super' to cover the cost of the fund complying with new legislation. At the Senate Parliamentary Joint Committee, Corporations and Financial Services Senator Andrew Bragg asked ASIC commissioner Danielle ...|
|The Senate Parliamentary Joint Committee, Corporations and Financial Services looking into litigation funding and the regulation of the class action industry sparked a heated debate today. Menzies Research Centre chief of staff James Mathias was questioned ...|
|... financial advisers the extension was contained in an omnibus bill which hit a snag last week when it was bounced out of the Senate and back to the House of Representatives after Centre Alliance Senator Rex Patrick sought an amendment. The amendment Patrick ...|
|... some large corporations on an 'exempted companies' list to not file financial records with ASIC. Patrick insinuated in the Senate that many of the companies on the list are Liberal party donors. He argued an amendment to the omnibus bill was necessary ...|
|... would repeal the instruments following the COVID-19 crisis," the regulator said. "However, following feedback from the Senate Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation, ASIC has decided to amend these instruments to include specific ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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