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When the Department verifies an Authority to Act (ATA), could the entity names be changed by the Department from what was originally entered by the person requesting the ATA?

There have been some instances where the Department has contacted individual organisation entities and names have subsequently been changed. This may be to align trading names or better reflect a business structure. Changing an entity’s name by the Department does not occur without consultation with the organisation/entity.

Source: Industry Webinar #8