$153m paid to more than 200,000 customers after AMP’s fees for no service scandal | Finance Report

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ASIC has dropped criminal charges against AMP’s fees for no service debacle. ASIC said AMP had compensated more than $153 million to more than 200,000 people so far. Daniel Ziffer explains what’s going on.

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    “Daniel Ziffer covered the Hayne royal commission for ABC radio, TV, and online. He was formerly the long-time senior producer of ‘Mornings with Jon Faine’, at ABC Radio Melbourne, and has worked on air and in production at Macquarie Radio, as a freelance foreign correspondent based in New York City, a journalist at The Age, and as a magazine editor.” – Source, Google Books

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