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|... regulator to tap the phones of those under investigation. The new legislation follows on from the ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce which made a number of recommendations that would give the regulator enhanced powers, in line with the Crimes Act, in ...|
|... early 2016. "We are pleased the Government has agreed to adopt recommendations from the 2017 ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce Report, which includes a directions power. This would allow ASIC to direct AFS licensees to establish suitable customer review ...|
|... White Collar Crime set up in 2015, the government cited the 50 recommendations made by the ASIC Enforcement Review taskforce in December. It has agreed to 29 of the recommendations and agreed -in-principle to the rest. It will amend legislation to increase ...|
|... statement said. "Today's reforms to ASIC's powers and penalties follow recommendations made by the ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce. The Taskforce was established in October 2016 to fulfil the Government's commitment to review the adequacy of ASIC's ...|
|... financial services licensee addresses or prevents compliance failures. The latest report from the ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce highlights several shortcomings the corporate regulator requires to restrict certain activities and have licensees adopt ...|
|... directors and officers of financial services companies. This is the key recommendation the ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce flagged in its sixth report aiming to reform the regulator's banning powers of individuals working in the financial services ...|
|... trading, market manipulation and financial services fraud. The new powers, outlined in the ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce position paper, are hoped to boost the regulators ability to gather information relating to the investigation and prosecution ...|
An activist short seller that accused an ASX-listed agricultural fund of running "scams" was dealt a blow in a Supreme Court judgment handed down yesterday.
The $55 billion industry fund is hiking the cost of its standard insurance cover for most of its members, with those aged 55 to 64 years to be the worst hit.
A former Macquarie Group financial adviser has been permanently banned from the industry, following an ASIC investigation into the adviser's "dishonest" and "misleading" behaviour.
It's the end of the road for a BT multi-asset fund managed by Pendal after 52 years, as investor demand ebbs out.
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