A Responsible Manager is one of ASIC’s marvellous creations. As such, a Responsible Manager is not defined in legislation – a person will be deemed a Responsible Manager if they are nominated and meet the necessary qualification and experience requirements set out by ASIC in RG 105 and RG 206. In essence, a Responsible Manager is a key individual within a business that ASIC looks at to ensure that the licensee is “competent” to provide its financial services (in the case of an AFSL) or credit activities (in the case of an ACL).
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Real life examples and insights into (the) workings of ASIC.
Wealth Within Limited
Use of real life examples. Fast paced. Use of two presenters much better than one. Good interplay.
It was informative, not boring, and interactive.
Eureka funds Management
It brought me back to the basic requirements of AFSL Compliance.
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