ASIC regulates activity within Australia's integrated corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit sectors.
The deputy chair of Australia's corporate regulator has quit over an expenses revelation involving up to $70,000 in relocation costs after an audit raised concerns over the payments.
"I was told the payment of this allowance was consistent with ASIC policy", Mr Crennan added. On Monday, he released a statement revealing he would resign as a result. "However, in the current circumstances, I have decided that it is in the best interests of ASIC for me to resign now", Crennan said.
Brazilian soccer star Ronaldinho tests positive for COVID-19
Ronaldinho - who was twice named FIFA World Player of the Year - took to Instagram to reveal the details of his diagnosis. The Barca icon has confirmed he has returned a positive test for Covid-19 and is now self-isolating in Belo Horizonte.
Mr Crennan released a statement on Monday morning saying he had meant to retire from his position in July 2021. That means I need to act in the best interests of ASIC and its vital objective to build a fair, honest and efficient financial system for all Australians. "I wish the new Commissioner every future success as he or she continues the critical work that ASIC is assigned to undertake".
Mr Shipton was granted nearly A$118,000 for tax advice performed by KPMG related to his relocation from the United States, also in 2018.
An investigation into the accounts will now take place, with Mr Shipton stepping aside during the course of the investigation.
Like Crennan, Shipton also agreed to "voluntarily reimburse" the charges.
"Whilst I believe that I have acted properly and appropriately in this matter, I hold myself to the highest possible standard", Shipton said on Friday, stating both he and ASIC accept all the findings of the ANAO review.
But Putin didn't stop there. "If needed, we can possibly take other decisions about a further decrease [in production]". The United States demands that we involve China in the negotiation process, the president noted.
Garza believes the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and what is happening nationally in the country is driving people to vote early. The tally already surpasses all 47 million votes cast early in the 2016 election, and there is still more than a week to go.
Officers are prohibited from endorsing any political candidates or expressing political views while on duty. Shea said the department would provide updates after its initial investigation into the incident.
Winger Jack Nowell will miss England's Six Nations decider against Italy and the rest of the autumn internationals. England visit Italy on Saturday in their final game of the delayed Six Nations, a point behind leaders Ireland.
Tsikhanouskaya's calls for a strike fuelled the protest and turned up the pressure on Lukashenko, commentators said. The protests have been going on continuously since the disputed presidential election in early August.
As of Friday, the treaty had 49 signatories, and the United Nations said the 50th ratification from Honduras had been received. However, none of the world's major nuclear powers, the US, Britain, France, China or Russian Federation , have signed it.
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Il bat ainsi le record de succès de Michael Schumacher en se hissant au rang des plus grands champions de la discipline. Il conforte sa place de leader au classement des pilotes du Championnat du monde.
Watch OSIRIS-REx bite off the surface of the asteroid Bennu
Overall, according to preliminary data from NASA , OSIRIS-REx spent about six seconds on the asteroid's surface before retreating. On Saturday, the engineers will send OSIRIS-REx into a spin, with its sampling arm outstretched, measuring the vehicle's inertia.
Samsung chairman, Lee Kun-Hee is dead
His son and the de facto leader of the Samsung Group since 2014, Lee Jae-yong, has been embroiled in legal troubles since 2016. The firm's turnover is equivalent to a fifth of the gross domestic product of South Korea, the world's 12th largest economy.