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‘Most expensive silk in Australia’: ASIC to argue ex-Tennis Australia boss must pay for ‘luxuries’
ASIC 2022-04-11 11:14 pm By Christine Caulfield

Almost half of the $3 million in legal costs incurred by former Tennis Australia president Steven Healy in successfully defending against the regulator’s case over […]

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Melissa Caddick’s parents say receivers not entitled to Edgecliff home
Restructuring & Insolvency 2022-04-11 7:06 pm By Sam Matthews

The parents of Sydney fraudster Melissa Caddick have staked their claim over her $2.6 million Edgecliff home, which they say they have lived in since […]

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Former lead auditor of Big Un charged with making false statement
Accounting 2022-04-11 1:17 pm By Sam Matthews

Another auditor has landed in hot water over collapsed video company Big Un’s 2017 independent audit, with the lead accountant charged with making a false […]

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Judge hits Westpac unit with $20M penalty over conflicted remuneration
Financial Services 2022-04-08 10:53 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has signed off on a $20 million penalty against Westpac subsidiary BT Funds Management for improperly charging 9,000 members insurance premiums that included […]

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TerraCom continues fight to keep PwC report from ASIC investigators
Appeals 2022-04-08 5:06 pm By Miklos Bolza

Coal mining firm TerraCom has taken its bid to shield a PricewaterhouseCoopers report from ASIC to the Full Court, appealing a judgment which found the […]

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Judge signs off on $1.5M penalty against Westpac for unsolicited insurance
Financial Services 2022-04-07 6:03 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A judge has hit Westpac with a $1.5 million penalty for misleading 141 customers into believing they had purchased add-on insurance. During a hearing earlier […]

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ASIC takes Macquarie to court after adviser’s $2.9M theft
Financial Services 2022-04-05 1:57 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The corporate regulator has filed court proceedings against Macquarie Bank alleging it failed to monitor third-party withdrawals, leading to a financial adviser’s theft of $2.9 […]

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ASIC slaps wealth guru with four-year financial services ban
Financial Services 2022-04-05 2:24 pm By Sam Matthews

Lawyer and wealth guru Dominique Grubisa has been banned from providing financial services and engaging in credit activity for four years, after ASIC found she […]

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ASIC did not threaten security firm with alleged links to bikie gang, court finds
ASIC 2022-04-04 4:42 pm By Miklos Bolza

ASIC did not issue threats to a Sydney security company that was being investigated for links to outlaw bike gangs and defrauding the Commonwealth, according […]

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Westpac agrees to pay $1.5M to settle ASIC case over unsolicited insurance
Financial Services 2022-04-04 1:51 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Westpac has agreed to pay $1.5 million to settle proceedings brought by ASIC for misleading 141 customers into believing they had purchased add-on insurance. Counsel […]

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