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|... transferred Keybridge shares into its own name. According to Keybridge's filing, it commenced proceedings in the Supreme Court of NSW in relation to the improper transfer by WAM Active of over 16 million Keybridge shares from 96 shareholders. Additionally ...|
|... The Australian Securities and Investments Commission have obtained consent orders and undertakings in the Supreme Court of NSW against QWL, QWL Asset Management and sole director Ross Hopkins. "ASIC commenced an investigation in relation to allegations ...|
|... demanded that AET pay compensation of over $82 million on behalf of the investors. "Whilst final orders [from Supreme Court of NSW] are awaited, the Trustee is expected to be awarded compensation of approximately $80 million plus costs, payable by Australian ...|
|... they were not licensed to do so. Courtenay House liquidators, Grant Thornton, said in its report to the Supreme Court of NSW in November last year that Courtenay House was operating a ponzi scheme. The liquidators found in their investigation that the ...|
|... determined," IOF said Friday morning. By the evening, IFML's chairman had received judicial advice from Supreme Court of NSW to adjourn its unitholder meeting, which would have been held today, to an undetermined time as they considered the offer. Oxford ...|
|... investigation has led to the winding up of another investment manager: Courtenay House Capital Trading Group. The Supreme Court of NSW has made consent orders and appointed Grant Thornton to liquidate two Courtenay House companies. These orders follow ...|
|... provision of a course for real estate agents in regards to property advice after an October 2015 decision by the Supreme Court of NSW against Park Trent Properties Group regarding advice provided by agents as it relates to SMSFs. Discussing the new certification ...|
|... business. Ronald Cross, chief executive and director of Park Trent Properties Group was banned after the Supreme Court of NSW found Park Trent had unlawfully carried on an unlicensed financial services business for over five years by advising clients ...|
|... Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice and an Executive Master of Business Administration. He is admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW as a solicitor, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has achieved a Certificate of Business ...|
|The Supreme Court of NSW has restrained a property business for providing unlawful advice to clients who wanted to purchase investment properties through an SMSF. The judge found that Park Trent Properties Group had been unlawfully carrying on a financial ...|
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The $80 billion fund manager has hired BMO Global Asset Management's Asia Pacific managing director as an executive director as the incumbent retires.
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Wilson Asset Management has responded to allegations by Keybridge Capital, noting the investment manager has already failed twice in previous attempts to obtain orders of this kind.
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The former head of ESG investment research at AMP Capital has taken up a new role.
Fortnum, Centrepoint, Easton Wealth, CountPlus, Fitzpatricks and Paragem have all criticised the Financial Planning Association of Australia's latest policy proposal.
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