O'Neill takes aim at ASIC disinterest in AMP's ex-planners

Screen shot of a virtual committee hearing

Scrutiny won't be stopped by distancing. Senators and MPs on the joint committee on corporations and financial services grilled ASIC's bosses as Covid-19 upends post-Hayne progress. Image credit: screen shot

The joint committee on corporations and financial services quizzed ASIC on whether laws were keeping pace with events, while Senator Deb O'Neill called for an inquiry into AMP's treatment of financial planners because the watchdog wasn't interested.[.....]

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