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|... estimates BitMEX earned fees of over US$1 billion since it began operating. The CFTC's division of enforcement director James McDonald said: "Effective anti-money laundering procedures are among the fundamental requirements of intermediaries in the derivatives ...|
|... Capability Strategy comes off the back of ASIC's national financial literacy initiatives between 2014 and 2017. ASIC chair James Shipton said: "ASIC is committed to financial inclusion and better outcomes for all Australians. People are at the heart ...|
|... Government has named the new ASIC chair to succeed Greg Medcraft, this time with Labor's approval. Starting in February, James Shipton will take on the role for a five-year term. Shipton is currently executive director of Harvard Law School's program ...|
|... strategic accounts manager, based across New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia: In NSW: Annqua Murray and James O'Dwyer join as business development managers, and Liz Versace joins as a business support officer. In Queensland: Tanya ...|
|... UniSuper's Kevin O'Sullivan, who earned $816,564, followed by AustralianSuper's Ian Silk ($697,970), First State Super's Michael Dwyer ($685,921) and REST's Damian Hill ($605,856). Sunsuper chief executive Scott Hartley received $361,598 for his first ...|
|National Australia Bank-owned asset consultant JANA Investment Advisers has appointed Bill Dwyer as a senior consultant. Between 2009 and 2014 Dwyer was head of investments at the $18 billion Government Employees Super Board (GESB) in Western Australia. ...|
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AustralianSuper has welcomed almost 60,000 new members following the completion of its merger with Club Plus Super.
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Vanguard, UniSuper and BetaShares are some of the winners in Money magazine's 2021 Best of the Best Awards.
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The former head of distribution (retail/advisory) at AMP Capital has moved on to a new role.
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Glenn Stevens has been appointed the next chair of Macquarie Group and Macquarie Bank following the retirement of Peter Warne.
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