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AMP flags $325m performance hit

KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 26 NOV 2021
AMP's 2021 full-year performance will cop a $325 million hit as it uncovers massive impairment charges. The impairment charges comprise partial impairments of deferred tax assets ($100m), write-downs of intangibles ($135m), onerous lease contracts ($110m) ...

Former Millennium3 representatives cop ban

KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 3 AUG 2021
Two directors of North Coast Financial Services, a former authorised representative of Millennium3, have copped a ban from the corporate regulator. Timothy William Parry and Damian Garnet Price are forbidden to control a financial services business ...

UBS, Nomura cop fines over bond cartel

KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 25 MAY 2021
UBS, Nomura and UniCredit were fined a total of $585 million by the European Commission for cartel conduct in government bond trading during the GFC. EC says the three investment banks breached antitrust rules through the participation of a group of ...

Shipton $200k out of pocket

ELIZA BAVIN  |  TUESDAY, 19 JAN 2021
ASIC chair James Shipton has lost out on close to $200,000 in salary since going on a leave of absence last year. The top corporate cop went on a leave of absence in October last year as he awaited an outcome of a review into his remuneration arrangements. ...

Financial crime victims fume at Shipton, Crennan

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 28 OCT 2020
The Victims of Financial Fraud (VOFF) group have written to senators slamming ASIC chair James Shipton for ignoring their requests for help but finding "time to submerge his own head in the trough allegedly at taxpayer expense". VOFF secretary John ...

Increased SG equals increased fees: Research

ELIZA BAVIN  |  FRIDAY, 11 SEP 2020
New research from the University of Sydney suggests that raising the superannuation guarantee to 12% will send fees through the roof. The study conducted by Cameron Murray, economist and research fellow at the University of Sydney, found that increasing ...

Chief executives cop pay cuts

ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  FRIDAY, 7 AUG 2020
Australia's top ranking bosses have endured pay cuts as boards have reined in bonuses ahead of the COVID-19 pandemic according to the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI). ACSI's CEO Pay in ASX200 Companies research shows that ...

Perpetual top brass cop six-month pay cuts

KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 17 JUL 2020
Perpetual chief executive Rob Adams and chair Tony D'Aloisio are taking a 20% cut on their base salaries for six months from July 1, as the company also shrinks variable remuneration company-wide in response to COVID-19. The rest of the group executive ...

The next big short

ALLY SELBY  |  THURSDAY, 23 APR 2020
Late last year, before extreme weather events battered the world, before COVID-19, The Big Short 's Michael Burry said he had found the next bubble: passive investments. Now, with asset prices trembling in the face of the pandemic, could there still ...

Big banks cop a beating

ELIZA BAVIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 8 APR 2020
The big four banks have all suffered a rating downgrade due to the COVID-19 fallout, while APRA warns they should cut dividends and bonuses. Fitch Ratings downgraded all four of the major banks, and their New Zealand subsidiaries, due to its expectation ...
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