Jordan Diamantopoulos Lawyer

Jordan is a graduate lawyer and is currently working across our Commercial Property & Development and Corporate & Commercial teams. Prior to joining KHQ Lawyers, Jordan worked as a Barrister’s research assistant and more recently at the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, in its Merger Investigations Branch. Jordan is looking forward to expanding his legal knowledge and skills while rotating through the firm’s various practice areas.

Jordan holds a Bachelor of Laws with Distinction from Deakin University and a Bachelor of Arts (Criminology) from Monash University.  Jordan was admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2020.

Latest News & Insights

Super Alert – 26 November 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week, APRA released a discussion paper on financial resilience, and its Deputy Chair, Helen Rowell, delivered a speech calling for greater innovation to improve post-retirement outcomes. Treasury published a report reviewing AFCA’s effectiveness and also released draft exposure legislation in relation to modernising business … Read more

Super Alert – 19 November 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week, APRA published its finalised revision of SPS 250 Insurance in Superannuation and SPG 250 Insurance in Superannuation, while ASIC has commenced consultations in relation to consumer remediation and superannuation retirement calculators. The Attorney-General’s Department also issued a media release in relation to the … Read more

Super Alert – 12 November 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week, regulations to support the portfolio holdings disclosure rules were registered and ASIC published guidance for advisers in relation to records of advice. APRA updated its FAQs in relation to the Superannuation Data Transformation project and also issued a media release encouraging super members … Read more

Super Alert – 29 October 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. The news item of note this week is that the much-anticipated Bill to implement the Financial Accountability Regime has been introduced into Parliament. Also, APRA released its initial views in relation to the performance of choice products (ahead of its Choice Product Heatmap) and some … Read more

Director Identification Numbers – What directors need to know


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On 5 October 2021, the Corporations (Director Identification Numbers — Transitional Application Period) Instrument 2021 was registered on the Federal Register of Legislation, providing further clarity in relation to the new Director Identification Number (DIN) regime. A DIN is a 15-digit unique identifier that all directors will be required to hold. Once a director has … Read more

Super Alert – 22 October 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week, APRA issued its finalised remuneration guidance (CPG 511) and APRA’s Executive Board Member, Margaret Cole, delivered a speech on super’s sustainability. We also summarise a recent decision of the District Court of South Australia, which highlights the tension between the requirements for trustees … Read more

Super Alert – 15 October 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. This week, ASIC extended the temporary COVID-19 advice relief for financial advisers and requested relevant entities review their whistleblower policies. APRA released the results of its pilot risk culture survey and indicated that a more comprehensive survey will be rolled out in 2022. APRA – … Read more

Super Alert – 8 October 2021

Welcome to the latest issue of the KHQ Super Alert. ASIC registered a number of instruments in relation to the new design and distribution obligations and director identification number regimes. APRA has also updated its list of frequently asked questions regarding the 2021 MySuper Product Heatmap.  APRA – MySuper Product Heatmap FAQs updated On 6 … Read more