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Investment Manager Regime receives royal assent

With the Investment Manager Regime (IMR) finally passing into law, foreign fund managers must determine whether they qualify for a tax conc...

by Tim Stewart

  • Industry backs new risk remuneration policy

    With the exception of Industry Super Australia, the financial services industry has welcomed the government's announcement of a consensus on...

    by Tim Stewart
  • IOOF exec under parliamentary scrutiny

    Nationals Senator John Williams has aired a number of allegations against Peter Hilton, IOOF head of advice research, in a speech to the Sen...

    by Reporter
  • PwC to sift through IOOF’s research division

    Financial services firm IOOF has commissioned PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to review the breach reporting procedures within its research div...

    by Tim Stewart
  • Australian Unity rejigs risk remuneration

    Australian Unity Personal Financial Services has announced its financial planners will only be able to write insurance policies under a hybr...

    by Scott Hodder
  • ASIC finalises collective action guidance

    The corporate regulator has updated its guidance on collective action by investors following a consultation with the industry earlier this ...

    by Reporter
  • APRA chides insurers on disclosure

    The prudential regulator has urged general and life insurers to do a better job when it comes to disclosing prudential matters. ...

    by Scott Hodder
  • ASIC falls short in Mariner case

    The Federal Court has rejected allegations by ASIC that Mariner Corporation breached the law in its 2012 takeover bid for Austock Group. ...

    by Tim Stewart
  • Macquarie Wrap errors were 'self-reported'

    ASIC only became aware of system errors affecting Macquarie Wrap users after the bank brought the matter to the regulator's attention, says ...

    by Reporter
  • Macquarie to refund $5.5 million to clients

    Macquarie Investment Management will refund more than $5.5 million to around 2,300 clients following an investigation prompted by ASIC. ...

    by Reporter

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