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    Soft target, guilty as hell, conviction stats will look good

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    and touted for the RA board. With his breach of his fiduciary duties he would fit right in.

    Quote Originally Posted by valzc View Post
    I thought she hadn't joined RA until after all the shit/deal happened?
    She did however as executive director she signed off on the books that the transactions appeared in the annual reports as if they are above board. Compare that to the Brumbies' case where the then CEO Michael Jones reported the supposed anomalies to the Feds.

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    https://omny.fm/shows/the-alan-jones-breakfast-show/cameron-clyne

    Link to Senate Report http://www.aph.gov.au/senate_ca

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    Somewhat related (and I didn't know where as to put this)

    "ASIC plans to rebrand itself as 'strong, vigilant and fair' "

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueandblack View Post
    Somewhat related (and I didn't know where as to put this)

    "ASIC plans to rebrand itself as 'strong, vigilant and fair' "
    Link 'cannot be found'. Makes sense, ASIC are a joke, no way they can be fair when they let banks get away with murder like they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLR View Post
    Link 'cannot be found'. Makes sense, ASIC are a joke, no way they can be fair when they let banks get away with murder like they do.
    Google cache: http://webcache.googleusercontent.co...&ct=clnk&gl=au

    "As rebrand plans go, it was more of a tweak than a full reno.

    But a proposed revamp of the "visual identity" of the corporate and financial services watchdog gives an insight into how the often-maligned regulator sees itself and wants to be seen.

    "We want the public to be confident," the Australian Securities and Investments Commission told the creative agency Folk Pty Ltd.

    "We need to be respected. Not loved. Strong. Accountable. Firm/fair.

    "Finger-on-the-pulse. Contemporary. Informed. Vigilant. Transparent. Responsive."

    That's the image ASIC wants to project, according to a document that's fallen into the hands of the ABC.

    'Dynamic, balanced and strong'
    Folk was bidding for the business of sprucing up ASIC's logo and the graphics on its publications.

    In language reminiscent of the refrain of the pigs in George Orwell's Animal Farm, its pitch described the logo thus: "Symbol good. Type Bad."

    The typeface was "meek", apparently. "Quiet and a bit bookish."

    ASIC sought something that would show a "dynamic" regulator that was "balanced, unwavering, strong".

    Bolder lettering was a no brainer, the creative agency suggested, but it didn't stop there much could be achieved with bolder borders around the corporate logo.

    And bold lines on letters and publications. A bold dash, here and there.

    The creatives outlined a series of different symbols and styles for reports or presentations to present ASIC in different modes "Watch and act", "boundaries" (or laws and rules) and "activity", with images that tread distantly on the far reaches of the trail blazed by Mondrian.

    Or maybe Mr Squiggle.

    Whether the pitch was successful, and how much the entire endeavour cost, we do not know.

    All may be revealed at some stage by a corporate watchdog that wishes to be viewed as "transparent" and "accountable"."

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLR View Post
    Link 'cannot be found'. Makes sense, ASIC are a joke, no way they can be fair when they let banks get away with murder like they do.
    APRA are just as responsible for regulating the banks.

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    https://omny.fm/shows/the-alan-jones-breakfast-show/cameron-clyne

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    https://www.change.org/p/rugby-australia-petition-for-cameron-clyne-to-resign-as-chairman-of-the-rugby-australia-board

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