ASIC has announced its Enforcement Priorities for 2023, which will include enforcement action on greenwashing and predatory lending, as well as a continuing focus on disrupting investment scams.
In today's edition:
- Support for businesses impacted by the recent floods
- New resources available to boost your grant writing skills
- How to keep your details safe when applying for grants
- Free cyber security information breakfasts for the advanced manufacturing and defence industry
Are Australian voters aping America’s electoral culture? That’s the impression one is left with when reading AEC commissioner Tom Rogers’ remarks to a senate inquiry about the 2022 federal election.
Opening statement by ASIC Chair Joe Longo at the ASIC Annual Forum, Hilton Hotel, Sydney on 3 November 2022.
A growing number of Australians are under financial stress, a report has found.
The Albanese Government is committed to improving compliance, closing tax loop-holes and enhancing transparency to ensure that there’s money for the services Australians expect.
Crypto spruikers, social media finfluencers and fake green funds are in the Australian Securities and Investments Commission’s sights.
Managing cash flow remains one of the most stressful parts of running a business in today’s challenging market conditions, according to Australian small business owners. It’s putting a strain on their personal relationships, affecting their physical wellbeing, and causing them to lose sleep.
Crypto businesses that flaunt the law and leave unsuspecting investors out of pocket will be a top target for the corporate regulator, which is responding to a 600 per cent rise in complaints in the last three years.
More than 1 million people could become ineligible to run companies by the end of this month — and face fines of up to $13,000 — as the Australian Taxation Office introduces a new hurdle to crack down on "dummy directors" and the practice of "phoenixing".
New data about goods and services provided to the state government has revealed Queensland’s procurement from First Nations-owned businesses went up 36% in the last financial year.
The federal government will reportedly cut job titles including software engineer and ICT security specialist from its priority skilled migration list, surprising a local tech sector still desperate for talent.