KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 17 AUG 2018   5:33PM
ASIC's favourite method of tackling misconduct came under fire as the Royal Commission capped off its round of superannuation hearings on Friday.
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ANZ grilled over Smart Choice sales
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 16 AUG 2018
The selling of superannuation products by ANZ branch staff has been called into question, with the Royal Commission suggesting the bank's practices are misleading and deceptive.
Customer data protections progress
DARREN SNYDER  |  WEDNESDAY, 15 AUG 2018
Wealth management firms have an opportunity to set the course around how they better deliver customer-oriented solutions following the Federal Government's release of draft legislation on the Consumer Data Right.
NAB initially under-reported remediation bill to ASIC
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 13 AUG 2018
NAB initially reported a compensation bill of about $22 million less than what it actually owed to customers for plan service fees, as the corporate regulator was capping off a report on the matter in late 2016.
Financial crime taskforce puts two behind bars
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 13 AUG 2018
The Serious and Financial Crimes Taskforce has helped put two men behind bars for laundering money and evading tax.
NAB CEO apologises over super failures
HARRISON WORLEY AND DARREN SNYDER  |  FRIDAY, 10 AUG 2018
National Australia Bank chief executive Andrew Thorburn took to social media yesterday to apologise on behalf of the group's 34,000 staff for failures identified at the financial services Royal Commission.
AFA gets an audience with O'Dwyer
HARRISON WORLEY  |  FRIDAY, 10 AUG 2018
The Association of Financial Advisers told its members it met with the Minister for Revenue and Financial Services to air its concerns with the FASEA proposals on professional standards.
ASIC issues permanent ban for theft
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 9 AUG 2018
An insurance broker who stole from clients has been permanently banned from providing financial services.
Fees for no service remediation passes $250 million
DARREN SNYDER  |  WEDNESDAY, 8 AUG 2018
Financial institutions outside the big four banks and AMP have been integrated into ASIC's fees for no service remediation programs, with total provisions likely to exceed $850 million.
Former NULIS chair faces Royal Commission
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 7 AUG 2018
The former chair of NAB's superannuation entities has denied MLC tried to bill other services in order to claim advice fees.
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