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Asic deputy chairman resigns after $70,000 rental payment revealed – The Guardian

Concerns about payment to Daniel Crennan, which were to help him relocate from Melbourne to Sydney, were raised by the auditor general

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The corporate regulators head of enforcement, deputy chairman Daniel Crennan QC, has resigned after it was revealed he received almost $70,000 in rental payments that may have exceeded public sector pay limits.
Concerns about the payments to Crennan, which were to help him relocate from Melbourne to Sydney, and $118,000 the Australian Securities and Investments Commission paid KPMG to give tax advice to the regulators chairman, James Shipton, were raised with treasurer Josh Frydenberg in a letter…

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