Published by Credit Matters Pty Ltd.
Welcome to Credit Matters Newsletter for December 2013. Our monthly newsletter contains information about financial risk management issues, blogs, advice of new business listings and free advice from organisations such as ASIC.
You can always view past copies of our newsletters via our website at www.creditmatters.com.au
Credit Matters provides access to blogs written by Kim Radok. Just go to www.creditmatters.com.au to read these and previous blogs.
Since our last newsletter, we presented the following blogs.
Credit Matters is a financial risk management resource centre for the Australian business community. If you are in business, Credit Matters is your ideal source of financial risk management solutions.
“There is no future for those who worship the future and forget the past” – Shun (Junichi Okada who defends tradition in From Up On Poppy Hill
"Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."
"If you keep doing doing what you have always done, you will keep on getting what you have always got." W L Bateman
THE LATEST ASIC UPDATES
ASIC LAUNCHES ONLINE HUB FOR SMALL BUSINESS
Small business owners and operators have a new online hub to help them better understand their legal obligations and the role of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
The hub, which is available at www.asic.gov.au/small-business, features information on starting and closing a small business, legal requirements for small business operators, one minute guides on popular topics and access to ASIC’s new quarterly small business eNewsletter.
Former Storm Financial adviser charged
Former Storm Financial Ltd financial adviser Walter John Fullerton-Smith today faced court charged with making a false or misleading statement to obtain a financial advantage. 13-347MR. 17 Dec
Former financial adviser pleads guilty to $5.9 million fraud
Ms Melinda Scott, of Lilli Pilli, NSW, a former financial adviser at Millennium3 Financial Services Pty Ltd, pleaded guilty today in the Downing Centre Local Court to three dishonest conduct charges and four charges relating to the making and use of false documents involving $5.9 million of her clients' money. 13-346MR. 17 Dec
Prime Trust directors found to have breached duties
The Federal Court in Melbourne today found five former directors of Australian Property Custodian Holdings Ltd liable for breaching their duties as officers of APCHL. 13-339MR. 12 Dec
Recruitment manager convicted of managing a company while disqualified
A Sydney-based recruitment specialist has been convicted of managing a company while disqualified. 13-338MR. 12 Dec
A free smartphone app developed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) will help business owners undertake important checks before they enter into business transactions with other organisations.
For more information ASIC APP INFORMATION
Credit Matters is continuing to grow and provide marketing and knowledge about financial risks to the Australian business community.
Furthermore, we invite marketing and knowledge ideas from our readers and contributors on how we can assist our respective firms grow. If you have any ideas, please contact me at Click to see email
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