Corporations Act 2001

CHAPTER 7 - FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS  

PART 7.9A - PRODUCT INTERVENTION ORDERS  

SECTION 1023E   SIGNIFICANT DETRIMENT TO RETAIL CLIENTS  

1023E(1)  
In considering whether a financial product has resulted in, or will or is likely to result in, significant detriment to retail clients for the purposes of this Part, the following must be taken into account:


(a) the nature and extent of the detriment;


(b) without limiting paragraph (a), the actual or potential financial loss to retail clients resulting from the product;


(c) the impact that the detriment has had, or will or is likely to have, on retail clients;


(d) any other matter prescribed by regulations made for the purposes of this paragraph.

1023E(2)  
Subsection (1) does not limit the matters to be taken into account in considering whether a financial product has resulted in, or will or is likely to result in, significant detriment to retail clients for the purposes of this Part.

1023E(3)  
A financial product may result in significant detriment to retail clients even if a person has complied with the disclosure requirements in Chapter 6D or this Chapter, and with the person ' s obligations under Part 7.8A , in relation to the product.


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