Pecuniary Interests of MPs to 31 Jan 2016.

by Desk Editor on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 — 5:10 PM

For the latest list of MPs’ pecuniary interests, please follow the above link.
Since 2006, members of Parliament have been required to register a range of pecuniary and certain specified personal interests as set out in clauses 5 to 8 of Appendix B of the Standing Orders of the House of Representatives.
The interests that are required to be registered are listed below.
1. Company directorships and controlling interests
2. Interests (such as shares and bonds) in companies and business entities
3. Employment (clause 5(1)(c))
4. Interests in trusts (clause 5(1)(d))
5. Organisations and trusts seeking Government funding
6. Real property
7. Superannuation schemes
8. Debtors
9. Creditors
10. Overseas travel
11. Gifts
12. Discharged debts
13. Payments for activities

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