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ASIC Must Investigate Insolvent Trading Allegations: Master Builders
Business
Monday October 17 2016

ASIC Must Investigate Insolvent Trading Allegations: Master Builders

One of the biggest building industry lobby groups in South Australia has hit out at reports that the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) will not...

Banks Could Issue Tracker Loans, says ASIC
Residential
Monday October 17 2016

Banks Could Issue Tracker Loans, says ASIC

The head of the corporate watchdog has blamed the "oligopoly" of the major lenders for an absence of tracker rate mortgages in the Australian home loan...

ASIC Probes Government Staff for Insider Trading in WA
Commercial
Thursday April 7 2016

ASIC Probes Government Staff for Insider Trading in WA

Insider trading by WA government staff following a major contract decision can't be ruled out, the transport minister says, but insists his office wasn't privy to...

Insolvency and the Senate References Committee Report
Business
Wednesday February 17 2016

Insolvency and the Senate References Committee Report

In December last year, the federal government released a report on insolvency in the Australian construction industry.

ASIC Starts Legal Action Against Hochtief
Business
Wednesday February 3 2016

ASIC Starts Legal Action Against Hochtief

Australia's corporate regulator has started legal action in the federal court against German construction group Hochtief for insider trading.

ASIC Targets Phoenix Companies in Construction Sector
Business
Monday August 17 2015

ASIC Targets Phoenix Companies in Construction Sector

The regulator is turning its attention to illegal phoenix activities in the SME sector of the building and construction industries.

Former WA Property Developer Director Guilty of Stealing $820K
Business
Sunday November 17 2013

Former WA Property Developer Director Guilty of Stealing $820K

A former director of a now-defunct Perth-based property development company has been found guilty of stealing more than $820,000 after an investigation by the corporate watchdog.