The corporate regulator has affirmed its position on changes to section 923A of the Corporations Act, which will restrict the terms financial advisers can use to describe their businesses.
The Federal Court has approved ANZ’s settlement with ASIC in the bank bill swap rate action, with ANZ agreeing to pay $50 million and accepting it attempted to engage in “unconscionable conduct”.
Former stockbroker Lewis Anthony Wright Fellowes has been sentenced to prison for dishonestly using client funds for personal financial gain following numerous charges brought against him by ASIC.
The Coalition government has released a consultation paper on the terms of reference, governance and funding arrangements for the new Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA).
The corporate regulator has agreed to conduct a review of its new fee disclosure regime in the face of opposition from the industry fund sector.
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