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Finance bodies ‘too slow’ in reviews of fees-for-no-service scandals: ASIC.
Review set to drive out under-performers, make fees more transparent.
Key lenders promise to improve lending practices after ASIC review.
Minimum balances, better education put on the agenda.
Some are paid $100,000 a year to attend meetings, report reveals.
The banks are on a mission to restore faith in a battered sector.
ASIC report urges reform to protect consumers from lifelong struggle.
Financial services sector squarely in his sights.
ASIC will appoint an external expert to review super costs and fees.
ASIC finds some super funds have inappropriate default settings.
ASIC fines debt resolution firm, orders others to remove misleading information.
ASIC urges public to be wary of cold callers threatening access to their funds.
ASIC urges Australians to do a search to find if they are owed missing money.
Government to introduce new body to oversee the financial advisory sector.
ASIC report into life insurance finds TPD claims more likely to be denied.
A new app helps you work out the true cost of buying and running a ...
A breach of trust by a major telco will mean it now has to refund ...
Politicians from both sides call for banks to be made accountable.
Car dealers are charging consumers up to 18 times more for life insurance products.
Labor has proposed plans to stop union corruption. But is it too late?
Funds that remain on certain expired travel money cards need no longer be forfeited
Before you move your money, there are three questions you should ask.
ASIC’s register of qualified financial planners is now online.
Australians will have their superannuation made available as a self-funded pension.
Abbott Government to reverse legislation moving ‘inactive’ account balances to ASIC.
CHOICE has called on the government to halt ASIC funding cuts.
The government is considering a move which would see ASIC granted the powers to remove ...
Aldi has been warned over implementing surcharges without telling customers.
The Weirs lost their life savings in the Storm Financial collapse.
ASIC has reported that it has collected more than $360 million from 80,000 dormant bank ...
ASIC forces banks to come clean on deeming accounts
ASIC revealed Tuesday that it had ‘accidently’ blocked 250,000 websites in March.
1200 Australian websites were blocked by ISPs after an ASIC stuff-up.
The Government can now take accounts which have been inactive for three years
Can you imagine money that is rightfully yours, just sitting somewhere, unclaimed? The Australian ...
Even the most savvy investors can have the wool pulled over their eyes but a simple check on the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) database may help sort the good investments from the bad. Building up a nest egg is no mean feat so when ...
A reverse mortgage allows you to borrow money secured against your home, without having to pay back either the amount you borrowed or the interest due until you leave your home or die. Instead, your debt and interest builds up (or compounds) over time. They are generally restricted to ...
The thought of taking control of your finances can seem daunting, especially if you’re struggling with debt or just finding it difficult to make ends meet. There are a range of free services to help get your finances back in order. The cost of living has ...
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