Pensions for Widows - Deed of Variation

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

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Phillip Sweeney

Dear Australian Securities and Investments Commission,

The document of documents the applicant seeks is any correspondence from Commissioner Day of ASIC or any other ASIC Officer to the Senate Economics Reference Committee or members of the committee or the committee secretary where concern has been expressed that a Deed of Variation dated 20 November 1974 did no validly amend the terms of an occupational pension scheme established on the 23 December 1913 in the State of South Australia that has been known by several names including The Provident Fund, the Elders IXL Superannuation Fund and more recently as the AusBev Superannuation Fund.

Purported instruments associated with this Fund bear the signatures of John Dorman Elliott and Ken Jarrett who were the subject of three major investigations by the former National Crime Authority (NCA). Mr Jarrett served a term of imprisonment for dishonest conduct.

The search period is from 1 September 2015

Yours faithfully,

Phillip Sweeney

Greg Hackett, Australian Securities and Investments Commission

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Dear Mr Sweeney
Please find attached ASIC's response to your FOI request dated 12 December

Greg Hackett | Senior Lawyer – Escalated Matters & Government, Assessment
& Intelligence | ASIC | ' +61 3 9280 3530 | È +61 402 972 182 | 7 +61 3
9280 3413 | * [email address]

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