KARREN VERGARA  |  TUESDAY, 11 DEC 2018   12:24PM
Complaints staff of life insurance companies are the most helpful when it comes to resolving customer disputes, ASIC has found.
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Super funds defend $5bn infrastructure investment
DARREN SNYDER  |  TUESDAY, 11 DEC 2018
A consortium including several of Australia's largest superannuation funds will contest allegations from the ACCC that a 2013 purchase of two New South Wales ports breached competition law.
Industry dubious about one regulatory body: Survey
KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 10 DEC 2018
The financial services industry is ambivalent about having one overarching regulator, Financial Standard's latest survey shows.
APRA takes action against IOOF
HARRISON WORLEY  |  FRIDAY, 7 DEC 2018
APRA is seeking to impose license conditions on IOOF and disqualify several of the firm's executive leaders.
AFCA receives 500 super complaints in first month
HARRISON WORLEY  |  THURSDAY, 6 DEC 2018
Australia's superannuation industry copped more than 500 complaints to the Australian Financial Complaints Authority in the body's first month of operation.
ASIC funding numbers released
HARRISON WORLEY  |  THURSDAY, 6 DEC 2018
Investment managers and financial advisers were among the leading sectors responsible for funding ASIC last financial year.
Future Fund to manage new drought fund
KANIKA SOOD  |  TUESDAY, 4 DEC 2018
The Federal Government has introduced a bill to set up a $5 billion fund for drought-related spending that will be managed by the Future Fund Board of Guardians.
Celebrities cop $1m crypto fine
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 3 DEC 2018
Boxing giant Floyd Mayweather and music producer DJ Khaled have become the first people to be charged by the US Securities and Exchange Commission for the unlawful promotion of initial coin offerings.
ASIC strips Melbourne firm of AFSL
KANIKA SOOD  |  MONDAY, 3 DEC 2018
The corporate regulator has cancelled the AFSL of a Melbourne-based firm that previously copped a $9 million fine for offering personal loans with the proviso customers implement financial advice from the firm.
CBA investigates possible privacy breach
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  MONDAY, 3 DEC 2018
Commonwealth Bank confirmed it is undertaking an investigation into a potential privacy breach that may have seen sensitive medical information of CommInsure claimants accessed by employees in other departments of the bank.
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