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Financial crime victims fume at Shipton, Crennan
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 28 OCT 2020
... allegedly at taxpayer expense," Telford said. "At no time during the ordeal surrounding the investigation into the Trio fraud did ASIC help the 1000 victims that were not part of the APRA-supervised funds that were covered by Part 23 of the SIS Act. ...
Politicians dishonest about fraud: VOFF
HARRISON WORLEY  |  MONDAY, 15 JUL 2019
Victims of Financial Fraud (VOFF) hit out at the Labor Party's treatment of the Trio fraud, claiming Australian politicians are "dishonest" when it comes to handling fraud conduct. In an open letter to Labor's newly minted Shadow Assistant Treasurer ...
Victims push for new Trio fraud inquiry
LAURA MILLAN  |  FRIDAY, 9 AUG 2013
... have to wait until after the elections but said that there are mechanisms that can be used to further investigate the Trio fraud. Matters said that the case could be investigated if the High Court appointed a special purpose liquidator, by a ministerial ...
Opposition challenges Labor to review Trio fraud
JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 JUL 2013
Shadow Minister for Financial Services and Superannuation Mathias Cormann has called on new Treasurer Chris Bowen to review the Gillard government's response to the Trio Capital scandal. Described as the "largest superannuation fraud in Australian history" ...
Regulators on post-Trio watch
BEN COLLINS  |  THURSDAY, 2 AUG 2012
Australia's corporate watchdog said it has learnt some lessons in the wake of the Trio fraud, and plans to be more proactive. While admitting that the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) could never guarantee that a similar scenario ...
Trio fraud victims demand compensation
ALEX DUNNIN  |  THURSDAY, 5 JUL 2012
A group of Trio fraud victims is meeting with Bill Shorten, minister for superannuation and financial services, to demand that they be compensated for their losses just as members of regular super funds were compensated. John Telford, secretary of the ...
SMSF Trustees want compensation: SPAA
BEN COLLINS  |  THURSDAY, 21 JUN 2012
... Australia has rejected calls for a levy to be imposed on SMSF trustees to fund a compensation scheme. In the wake of the Trio fraud there has been a misconception as to what the legal standing of SMSFs is when frauds occur, said Andrea Slattery, chief ...
Trio investor secures damages from adviser
BEN COLLINS  |  FRIDAY, 8 JUN 2012
... NSW woman has successfully claimed damages from her former financial adviser, after losing substantial savings in the Trio fraud. Wollongong-based legal firm RMB Lawyers told the ABC it has been representing the woman, who has a terminal illness and ...
APRA: Third line of defence in Trio-style fraud
BEN COLLINS  |  FRIDAY, 1 JUN 2012
... superannuation APRA acts as a third line of defence after trustees and auditors." Jones said that the impact of the Trio fraud on individuals has been made greater by the failure of some self managed superannuation funds to have appropriate risk diversification. ...
Trio victims turn on planners
ALISON BEVEGE  |  FRIDAY, 15 APR 2011
Self-managed super fund trustees left without compensation from the Trio fraud debacle have turned on their former financial advisers. About 100 investors are suing defunct financial planning firm Tarrants Financial Consultants, reportedly on the grounds ...
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