Former foreign affairs secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr is reportedly accused of conspiring to obtain a $6.7mn loan for a company without reporting the loan to the central bank.
ASIC says the move will enhance transparency and accountability of firms’ performance in complaints handling, and of AFCA’s own decision-making.
Between 2006 and 2014, Deutsche Bank hired relatives of executives of Chinese and Russian state-owned enterprises to generate business for the bank.
ASIC has initiated federal court proceedings in relation to misconduct by 16 NAB bankers who accepted loan information and documentation from unlicensed introducers.
Some managers of privately-offered funds are using capital intended for specific investments on themselves or to illegally operate P2P lending businesses.
Whistleblowers will be eligible for rewards up to $139,000 and, if culpable themselves, for amnesty or settlement with SEBI.
Under the proposed law, Australians would face up to two years’ jail and A$25,200 in fines if cash transactions between business and individuals exceed A$10,000.
The former branch manager has already received a permanent ban from ASIC for making false and misleading statements to NAB in relation to 24 home loan applications.
The individuals, including a news editor, were fined for spreading ‘fabricated’ news that the CSRC blames for stock market declines in late January.
The case relates to the 2017 conviction of a former UBS associate director for accepting over HK$1.4mn in bribes from a Shenzhen-based client.
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