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|... the first outcome arising from ASIC's ongoing actions against Mayfair 101 Group and its director James Mawhinney. Said Jahani and Philip Campbell-Wilson of Grant Thornton have been appointed as liquidators. M101 Nominees raised approximately $67 million ...|
|... Appeals Tribunal. ASIC has separately taken action to wind up Courtenay House Capital Trading Group and Courtenay House. Said Jahani and John McIerney of Grant Thornton are the joint liquidators of both companies. Australian Mutual held an AFS licence ...|
AustralianSuper wants to triple its investment in private credit to $15 billion in next three years, as it announces a new head for the asset class.
The Association of Financial Advisers fears that ASIC's FY21 industry levy will blow out even more than its estimates.
Willis Towers Watson appointed a new lead for its investments team in Australia as the incumbent moves to client consulting.
Property developer ID_Land announced it is getting into private funds management, targeting Australia's high-net-worths.
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