'A regulator is not a legislator'

Karen Chester testifies by videoconference to the ASIC oversight committee

The corporate watchdog's acting chair Karen Chester tells parliament's ASIC oversight committee that if there had been full disclosure by James Shipton to all commissioners they would have been having a very different conversation today. Image credit: screen shot

By Marion Rae
Wed 18 November 2020

Blaming the vagaries of an all-powerful James Shipton and not the culture of ASIC itself may suit the remaining commissioners, but not necessarily forensic parliamentarians.[.....]

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