Australian adviser banned a second time

Pedro Gonçalves
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A Sydney-based financial adviser has copped his second ban after ASIC surveillance showed that he failed to act in his clients' best interests. The regulator reviewed advice given by Tarandeep Aujila while he was an authorised representative of Infocus Securities Australia from 2013 to 2017 and Chaucer Group from October 2017. ASIC had previously banned Aujila in 2009. Tarandeep Aujla was slapped with a three-year ban after an ASIC review of the advice he provided while he was an authorised representative of Infocus Securities Australia and Chaucer Group found that he did not obtai...

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