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KARREN VERGARA  |  FRIDAY, 18 JUN 2021   12:35PM
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.

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ASIC drops Regal action

ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 16 JUN 2021
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has dropped enforcement action against Regal Funds Management following an investigation in 2019.

James Mawhinney files appeal

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  TUESDAY, 15 JUN 2021
Embattled Mayfair 101 founder James Mawhinney is maintaining his innocence, fighting his 20-year ban from soliciting and receiving funds in relation to financial products.

Government to strengthen FMI

ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 9 JUN 2021
The government will soon introduce a regulatory reform package on Financial Market Infrastructure (FMI) following a review by Australia's financial regulators.

Halifax auditors face criminal charges

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  TUESDAY, 8 JUN 2021
Audits of defunct stockbroker Halifax have resulted in the first criminal charges ever laid in Australia for failure to comply with auditing standards.

AUSTRAC investigates NAB, JBWere

KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 7 JUN 2021
National Australia Bank and its subsidiaries, including JBWere, are allegedly failing their anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing obligations, according to AUSTRAC.

LIBOR phased out by year end

ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  FRIDAY, 4 JUN 2021
Australian regulators expect institutions to cease the use of LIBOR in new contracts before the end of 2021.

YFYS on its way to Senate

KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 4 JUN 2021
The House of Representatives passed hotly-debated Your Future, Your Super bill last night, with Labor getting away with just one of the amendments on its wish list.

ASIC increases short selling surveillance

KARREN VERGARA  |  THURSDAY, 3 JUN 2021
ASIC is putting short sellers on notice, warning them that any information released on a target company must be accurate and objective.

Forex CT cops $20 million fine

ANNABELLE DICKSON  |  WEDNESDAY, 2 JUN 2021
The Federal Court has handed down a $20 million penalty to Forex Capital Trading for engaging in a system of unconscionable conduct, including the use of high-pressure sales tactics, conflicted remuneration and failing to act in the best interests of ...
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