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Henry Kaye back in business: Doubts over small investors' $100 million stake in questionable property investment schemes DateMarch 8, 2015 Royce Millar, Simon Johanson, Ben Schneiders 'Where is my money?' - investors seek answers Mum and dad investors ask 'where is my money?' as option schemes stall. Autoplay ONOFF Video feedback Video settings Punters want their money back, but from whom? Concern is mounting among hundreds of investors across Australia over the fate of more than $100 million tipped into a string of failed or questionable land-banking schemes in Victoria linked to notorious spruiker Henry Kaye and his family. A Fairfax Media investigation has confirmed a direct role by Kaye in the first of a slew of projects based on the contentious sale of "wholesale" housing options. Options are a high-risk financial device usually aimed at experienced investors; in these cases, buyers acquired merely a future right to buy a stake in...
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    It certainly casts doubt over ANZ & ASIC's conduct
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ASIC DETERRENCE AND ITS APPROACH TO SECURITIES LITIGATION Justin Brereton, Barrister CONTENTSINTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 2 PART 1 – BEFORE THE CASE BEGINS......................................................................... 3 INVESTIGATION PROCESS AND ASIC’S LITIGATION OBJECTIVES ............... 3 Notices to produce books ............................................................................................ 3 Compulsory Examinations .......................................................................................... 9 The types of search warrant available to ASIC ........................................................ 13 COMPETING CONSIDERATIONS WHEN COMMENCING LITIGATION .......... 16 The commencement of proceedings and the use of compulsory powers .................. 17 PART 2 – ONCE THE CASE HAS STARTED .............................................................. 20 ASIC’S APPROACH TO LITIGATION GENERALLY ............................................ 20 The obligation to act as a model litigant ................................................................... 20 CONSIDERATIONS RELEVANT TO SPECIFIC JURISDICTIONS ....................... 22 Civil, criminal and civil penalty proceedings – when jurisdictions collide .............. 23 Civil proceedings ...................................................................................................... 28 Administrative Hearings ........................................................................................... 30 ASIC AS ADVOCATE FOR THE INVESTOR .......................................................... 34 ASIC’S GROWING SPHERE OF INFLUENCE ........................................................ 35       INTRODUCTIONJustin Brereton, Victorian Bar 1. This paper accompanies a presentation given by...
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