One of ASIC’s commissioners has been reappointed until 2022.
ASIC commissioner Cathie Armour, who is heading up the regulator’s crackdown on alleged bank bill swap rate (BBSW) manipulation, has been reappointed for an additional five years.
Minister for Financial Services Kelly O'Dwyer has announced Cathie Armour's reappointment as a full-time member of ASIC.
Ms Armour is directly responsible for financial markets infrastructure and market integrity enforcement, and has overseen the regulator's investigation into BBSW manipulation.
Ms Armour has been a member of ASIC since 2013. Her position has been extended until 2 June 2022.
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