ASIC Response to Senate Economics Reference Committee

Phillip Sweeney made this Freedom of Information request to Australian Securities and Investments Commission

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From: Phillip Sweeney

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Dear Australian Securities and Investments Commission,

During the Senate inquiry into the performance of ASIC, the Economics Reference Committee received a number of submissions in relation to a regulated superannuation scheme that was at one time known as The Provident Fund.

The Committee in correspondence to ASIC noted "The submissions claim that qualifying male offices are entitled to a pension for life and their widows are then entitled to a survivorship pension. The submissions allege that the original Trust Deed was fraudulently altered and the conditions of the original Trust Deed are not being complied with (ie the pensions are not being paid".

The Committee then put a number of questions to ASIC.

ASIC's response commences "ASIC first received correspondence concerning the Provident Fund in March 2009......"

The document I seek is a copy of the covering letter (or email) that made reference to the Committee's questions and which included ASIC's response to the Committee (or to which the response was attached).

Yours faithfully,

Phillip Sweeney

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From: Leah Quach
Australian Securities and Investments Commission


Attachment 20170106 Phillip Sweeney Acknowledgement FOI Request.pdf
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Dear Mr Sweeney

Please see attached letter in relation to your FOI request.

Regards
Leah Quach

 

Leah Quach | Lawyer (Tue – Fri) | Investment Managers and Superannuation |
Australian Securities & Investments Commission | ' 61 2 9911 2434 | 7 61
2 9911 2414 | * [1][email address]  

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Attachment 20170117 Phillip Sweeney FOI Request Decision Letter.pdf
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Dear Mr Sweeney

Please see attached letter in relation to your FOI request.

Regards
Leah Quach

Leah Quach | Lawyer (Tue – Fri) | Investment Managers and Superannuation |
Australian Securities & Investments Commission | ' 61 2 9911 2434 | 7 61
2 9911 2414 | * [1][email address]

 

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your privacy by ASIC.

  

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may be confidential. They may contain legally privileged or copyright
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