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|The corporate regulator has cancelled the Australian financial services licence of Halifax Investment Services nearly two years after it was placed into administration. The cancellation took effect from 8 January 2021 and allows the licence to operate ...|
|... million dollars investing with Courtenay House. Worboys was also the chief executive and founder of Halifax Investment Services, which is in administration. Investigations are continuing into the company, with ASIC having suspended its financial services ...|
|ASIC has suspended the AFSL of an online stockbroking firm until 10 January 2020. Halifax Investment Services had its licence suspended shortly after it went into voluntary administration. ASIC said the terms of the suspension will allow Halifax clients ...|
|... at EJM Securities and head of client sales and solutions at BBY. He has also held senior roles with Halifax Investment Services and HSBC Stockbroking Australia. Commenting on the appointment, Ascot Securities managing director, Matthew Roberts said ...|
|... action. ASIC has also recently taken action against Clearing & Settlement Services Pty Ltd (CSS), and Halifax Investment Services Ltd (Halifax). In both cases ASIC singled out failures in supervision and monitoring of authorised representatives.|
|Halifax Investment Services (Halifax) will appoint an independent consultant to review its business after the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) found deficiencies in the business. ASIC accepted an enforceable undertaking (EU) and ...|
A new Sydney dealer group focused on Muslim clients is looking to hire up to 50 financial advisers in the next 12 months, as it nabs MSC Group's chief operating officer to lead the business.
Pengana Capital has appointed a US-based fund manager to its global equities assets, after Jordan Cvetanovski and Steven Glass's surprise walkout in March.
The exchange traded fund provider has established its first office in Auckland, New Zealand and has appointed a director to manage its adviser and institutional business across the ditch.
ASIC has confirmed it will not be recommending changing the label of 'general advice', after independent research commissioned by the regulator found such a move is unlikely to prevent consumer confusion.
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