ASIC commences proceedings against property promoter Park Trent Properties

Posted on November 11, 2014 by | 0 Comments
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An article by JENNIFER DUKE

Park Trent Properties Group Pty Ltd, known as Park Trent, is under scrutiny from ASIC.

ASIC has commenced proceedings in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, where they seek interim and final orders that will stop the property promoters from carrying on an unlicensed financial services business.ASIC commences proceedings against property promoter Park Trent Properties

Park Trent’s property promotion includes the use of SMSFs to purchase property. ASIC alleges that they are unlawfully carrying on a financial services business without a financial services licence.

At least 500 members of the public have been advised by Park Trent to start an SMSF and switch funds into it to then buy investment properties owned or promoted by Park Trent companies, according to ASIC, who are seeking orders to force Park Trent to notify current and former clients about the proceeding.

They would also be required to post details about the proceeding on their website.

Park Trent currently has almost 14,000 likes on Facebook and hold seminars across the country with offices in every state and territory apart from Tasmania and the Northern Territory.


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