Ines Kallweit has, for the sixth consecutive year, been named as a preeminent Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyer in the highly regarded legal directory, Doyle’s Guide. KHQ Lawyers has also again been recognised as a Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Law Firm (second tier). Congratulations to Ines and the team!
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Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. The opening statements from APRA and ASIC have been released for the Senate Economics Legislation Committee’s inquiry into the Your Future, Your Super reforms. ASIC has also issued a reminder to trustees in relation to its IDR expectations. APRA and ASIC – Your Future, Your … Read more
Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week AUSTRAC released additional guidance for the industry in relation to strengthening AML/CTF programs. New materials for data reporting to the ATO and APRA were also released, as well as an article from the ATO about the closure of ERFs and the introduction of … Read more
Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week APRA released additional material in relation to its data transformation project, while ASIC issued three instruments relating to advice fee consents and independence disclosures. The temporary relief in relation to the electronic execution of company documents also expired this week. APRA – Data … Read more