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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in ASIC licence Phoenix Companies   page 3.................. II The Recognition of Phoenix Activity in Australia The earliest report dealing exclusively with improper phoenix activity was that of the Victorian Parliament Law Reform Committee (‘VPLRC’) in 1994.13 The main recommendations — all sensible and practical — were to tighten the laws governing the disqualification of directors of companies, allocate more resources to detection and prosecution of offenders, change public and judicial attitudes to acknowledge the seriousness of this type of white-collar crime, improve information flows between regulators, and enact laws to allow the freezing of assets over which a company has a claim.  14 In response, in 1998 the ATO instituted the ‘Phoenix Project’, which allocated more staff to work with other agencies to address the phoenix problem.15 In 1999, the director disqualification provisions were consolidated but not significantly tightened.16 The 1994 VPLRC Report also recommended legislation to restrict the use of business names similar...
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Continue reading  Our Gladys is busy digging into FOS Reports - wonder what happened to those complaints and outcomes and what happened to the Directors?  We know what ASIC do - bleedin nothing and hence why ASIC is subject to 2014 Inquiry.  We should have mandatory Inquiry into ASIC every year until they start understanding corrupt behaviour is not acceptable. page 7  Phoenix Activity   In the course of our dispute resolution work, we see Phoenix activity.  Where this occurs, consumers can be left with unrecoverable losses while the financial advisors responsible for the losses can continue to provide advice.  Over the past two years, we have identified four cases of Phoenix activity that affected about 125 disputes.  There are many forms of Phoenix activity.  One example is outlined below and a case study is also provided:    Example of Phoenix activity   A large number of disputes against one licensee are...
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    ASIC may be enabled to deal with Phoenix Companies but what do they do in reality? Well it probably depends on how many people are
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