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|Professional associations and consumer groups have banded together to lobby for a stronger compensation scheme of last resort ahead of its expected legislation in the coming weeks. The Financial Planning Association of Australia, Association of Financial ...|
|The Financial Services Council has highlighted numerous holes in the Compensation Scheme of Last Resort in a bid to prevent financial advisers that "have done nothing wrong" from paying for the scheme. The FSC is calling on corporate regulator ASIC ...|
|... Axicom, Seek, JB Hi-Fi and Endeavour Group. Holdings that have yet to set targets are Qube Holdings, Aristocrat Leisure and CSL. The wider portfolio now has 66% of investments aligned to Paris targets, up from 51% a year ago while 26% of the portfolio ...|
|The Compensation Scheme of Last Resort (CSLR) will lock out victims of financial misconduct or fraud who pursue court proceedings - something that is inherently unfair, according to law firm Maurice Blackburn. Maurice Blackburn principal lawyer Josh ...|
|Major professional associations have united to rally against the newly proposed compensation scheme of last resort. The Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CPA Australia, Financial Planning Association of Australia, Institute of Public ...|
|... BHP, Medibank Private, Stockland and The Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute. Her past non-executive board positions include CSL, Transurban and Energy Australia. During her executive career, was the chief executive of GasNet Australia and the co-head of ...|
|The Association of Financial Advisers (AFA) has raised concerns about the cost of the government's proposed Compensation Scheme of Last Resort and the fact that super funds and managed investment schemes are excluded from the proposed regulation. ...|
|... shareholding in Seek. AFIC's five biggest holdings include Commonwealth Bank of Australia ($680.2 million), BHP ($607.6 million), CSL ($578.3 million), Wesfarmers ($288.3 million), Westpac ($379.5 million). Its 10-year return is 9.6% p.a. to benchmark's ...|
|... (RBA) maintaining its guidance to provide continued policy support, the AztraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine being produced locally by CSL, and the flow on from stronger overseas growth, chances are Australia's GDP growth could be revised even higher. The ...|
|... claims to prevent COVID-19 and the common cold. AustralianSuper, HESTA, Hostplus and Statewide Super have joined forces with CSL, a venture capital fund and universities to fund medical research conducted by Melbourne-based Ena Respiratory. The superannuation ...|
Natixis Investment Managers hired an institutional sales director who spent nearly a decade at First Sentier Investors.
The newly merged LGIAsuper and Energy Super have scrapped a weekly administration fee and will retain an annual fee as a result of scale benefits.
Fidelity International launched a climate investing policy with a rating scheme in a bid to halve its carbon emissions by 2030.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has recommended that the Australian Tax Office develop a Bill of Rights' for taxpayers.
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