Category Archives: ASIC
The pace of change today is the slowest it will be for the rest of our lives.
ASIC reveals new AI approach to regulation
by Matthew Smith | 11 Nov 2016
We’ve entered a brave new world, and the financial regulators know it.
From “big data” intelligence — using machines to mine data for patterns and insights into behaviour — to collaborative efforts with regulators and government agencies globally,
Globalisation has led to an increased focus on the tax obligations of the world’s multinationals. Alexandra Cain explains why it is essential that boards manage and oversee their organisation’s tax risk frameworks.
03 October 2016
Technology business Apple is the latest multinational corporation in an increasingly long list of businesses
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 | James Mitchell 0 comments
Following an independent review of payday lending laws, ASIC has taken steps to ensure consumers are not charged direct debit fees when taking out a small amount loan.
The new rule will apply to any payday loan provided from 1 February 2017.
Source Australian Company Directors journal.
Cybersecurity is now firmly on the national policy agenda. Earlier this year, Alastair MacGibbon was appointed Special Adviser to the Prime Minister on Cyber Security where he provides national leadership and advocacy on cybersecurity policy and the implementation of the Government’s Cyber Security Strategy.