ASIC spells out legal obligations for social media influencers impacting investor behaviour

By Justin Pugsley
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Social media influencers and firms involved in securities markets have been reminded by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) about their legal obligations. 

On March 21, ASIC released an information sheet highlighting ways in which social media influencers could be breaking the law. The advice covers areas such as ...

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