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|The Finance Sector Union of Australia believes NAB is not doing enough to retrain or reskill the 6000 employees that will be made redundant over the next three years.|
|ASIC is warning financial advice dealer groups about the consequences of failing to correctly witness binding death nominations for superannuation benefits.|
|APRA's inquiry into the Commonwealth Bank reinforces an urgent need for a banking Royal Commission, according to Labor and the Finance Sector Union of Australia.|
|The Commonwealth Bank is potentially facing millions of dollars in civil penalties following allegations it did not comply with anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism law.|
|Any compliance breaches made by NAB Financial Planning around the incorrect witnessing of Beneficiary Nomination forms prior to 31 May 2017 should not be included in the new conduct background check protocol.|
|The Sedgwick Review failed to address some of the "unconscionable" remuneration practices undertaken by banks to cross-sell superannuation products and nothing is being done to curb this, Industry Super Australia says.|
|CBA could be forced to back pay millions in unpaid superannuation to at least 7000 employees.|
|Several thousand jobs could be at risk in the financial services industry, despite the sector being in strong shape according to the Finance Sector Union of Australia (FSU).|
|National Australia Bank (NAB) has denied that it has a "new" offshoring program, despite a Finance Sector Union of Australia (FSU) tally stating that 133 jobs had been offshored this year.|
|At a time when Australian banks can afford to provide the best working conditions in the world, workers in financial services are under more pressure than ever, said Leanne Shingles, a spokesperson for the Finance Sector Union.|
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At the request of both parties, the Federal Court has referred the proceedings between CBA and AUSTRAC to mediation.
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Australia's largest superannuation fund appointed a $109 billion fund manager to advise on investment opportunities in the European office and retail sectors.
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Despite the market volatility and challenges 2018 has thrown at advisers, this is a good time to cut through the short-term noise and reflect on opportunities that'll pay off in the long run, according leading fund managers.
The performance of Pengana Capital Group, which was created following the Hunter Hall merger last year, drove Washington H. Soul Pattinson's 1H18 portfolio up 43.3%.
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