Sumary of Australia live news: TGA says woman’s death ‘likely’ linked to AstraZeneca blood clots; four new Covid cases in Victoria:
- Pic.twitter.com/YWHIb36Kf3 Investors who used conwoman Melissa Caddick to administer their self-managed superannuation funds may be able to pursue a class action against auditors and other professionals who worked with her, according to provisional liquidators..
- Caddick, 49, went missing last November amid an Asic investigation into her boutique financial advisory firm, Maliver..
- Gleeson said aside from these assets there may be possible claims available to those who had self managed superannuation funds administered by Caddick as a trustee of the fund..
- In this role, she coordinated the preparation and audit of financial statements, including Income tax returns for the fund..
- Gleeson said it was also possible that refunds could be claimed from the Australian taxation office as a “significant majority of the taxable income of [Caddick ] Company was fictitious.”.
- He says policies ensuring that aged care workers don’t work across sites and the Victorian aged care response centre will continue..
- With the ongoing risk of Covid outbreaks in Australia and the potential for severe long-term effects or fatal consequences of infection, the benefits for the AstraZeneca vaccine continue to outweigh the risks..
- This case presented as a severe form of this syndrome, with a blood clot in the brain, known as a cerebral venous sinus thrombosis….