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|... up the industry; a process that would be expedited if supported by industry associations. "You do have to respect the privacy and rights of the individual advisers but I think the AFA has a role to play in this because I don't know all the bad advisers ...|
|... understanding presents potential problems for individuals and businesses, particularly given the terms of service and privacy policies of content providers and lack of unified legislation in the area, the report said. Charles Sturt University finance ...|
|... BigTech. However the consultant did reassure everyone not to panic yet as respondents expressed some trepidation about privacy, security, and lack of human involvement. Setting aside the potential for widespread disruption and the risk that initial partnership ...|
|... Szetho said. Banks and industry groups including the ABA, CBA and ANZ have consistently pushed back on the policy, citing privacy, security and cost concerns. Others, including NAB - via NAB Ventures and Reinventure - have directly invested in open API ...|
|... being at record lows, and how increased availability and use of personal data will further impact this. "The big issue is privacy - it has enormous potential to impact trust. There is real risk around how data is stored, used and shared with others against ...|
|... Papers' which exposed NZ's trust regime as a tax haven. He said NZ foreign trusts have been favoured due to the level of privacy and security. Woodward said when a foreign trust is formed in NZ it must now register with NZ government department Inland ...|
|... consumers with greater choice and also support greater competition in financial services. The review will consider appropriate privacy and consumer protections," Budget documents read. "The Government will introduce an open banking regime that will increase ...|
|... and cross-sell products must be underpinned by robust regulation that protects the consumers, otherwise they risk major privacy breaches, according to the Australian Bankers' Association. Educating customers how their data may be used and ensuring an ...|
|... regulations; climate vulnerable regions; corruption and instability; poor workplace safety standards; frequent work stoppages and privacy regulations. In phase one of its rollout, it maps out a 'risk exposure' of more than 50,000 business and geographic ...|
|... conduct to obtain life insurance for a client who was otherwise unlikely to obtain it; and committed a serious breach of privacy involving a number of client records. While Tindall is an authorised representative of Synchron, at the time of the incident ...|
VanEck has expanded its range of ETFs, announcing two new offerings to join its new Global Clean Energy ETF.
The financial services software company has announced its plans to launch a technological solution to meet the Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO), commencing 5 October 2021.
Capgemini has named a new managing director for Australia and New Zealand, following the recent promotion of Olaf Pietschner.
Victorian-based Ahmed Saad appeared in court after being charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage by deception for his role in an illegal retail superannuation scheme.
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