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Colonial First State awards $55m mandate
By Mark Smith  |  In Investment
11:45 am
Fri, 28 Aug
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NAB exec to head AMP Bank
By Laura Millan  |  In Executive Appointments
11:55 am
Fri, 28 Aug
National Australia Bank (NAB) chief financial officer of business and personal banking has been appointed managing director of AMP Bank. Read more
Bankers see ASIC user pays model as burden
By Laura Millan  |  In Regulatory
12:00 pm
Fri, 28 Aug
The Australian Bankers' Association (ABA) said that the government's proposal to implement a user pays funding model for the corporate regulator would increase "the cost burden on the Australian financial services industry." Read more
Record IOOF inflows
By Staff writer  |  In Investment
11:45 am
Fri, 28 Aug
IOOF has seen a record $1.7 billion in net fund inflows to its flagship platforms in the 12 months to 30 June, up 19% on last year. Read more
Price is wrong for supermarket super
By Alex Burke  |  In Superannuation
12:00 pm
Fri, 28 Aug
Over three quarters (76.3%) of Australians would never consider a Coles or Woolworths public offer superannuation fund, according to CoreData research. Read more
Super funds act to reassure members
By Darren Snyder  |  In Superannuation
10:30 am
Fri, 28 Aug
Superannuation funds are reassuring members not to panic amidst global share market turbulence because it is unlikely to have significant impact over the long term. Read more
Fiducian reports growth after restructure
By Staff writer  |  In Financial Planning
11:55 am
Fri, 28 Aug
Fiducian net profit after tax grew 28% for the year to 30 June 2015, during which the financial planning group restructured and acquired a number of advice businesses. Read more
Pillar Administration to operate under Acurity software
By Darren Snyder  |  In Superannuation, Technology
10:20 am
Fri, 28 Aug
First State Super will be the first of Pillar Administration's clients to roll out a full migration to superannuation and investment software program Acurity. Read more
Crowd equity funding, the Ashley Madison of finance
By Laura Millan  |  In Investment, Technology
10:10 am
Fri, 28 Aug
If Ashley Madison users made adultery cheaper and easier, what's holding crowd equity funding from doing the same with financial services? Read more
BetaShares launches two new funds
By Staff writer  |  In Investment
1:05 pm
Thu, 27 Aug
BetaShares has launched two new exchange-traded funds, both targeted at US equities. Read more
Lonsec partners with robo advice provider
By Staff writer  |  In Technology
12:40 pm
Thu, 27 Aug
Lonsec Research has partnered with a firm that provides an automated investment service to build model portfolios for its clients. Read more
The horse still refuses to drink
By Benjamin Ong  |  In Economics
8:55 am
Fri, 28 Aug
As night follows day, bad news is again followed by calls for the Reserve Bank to cut interest rates one more time. Don't know about you but with interest rates at record low, businesses should be falling all over themselves locking in low borrowing rates ... Read more
Shaw lands wave of Macquarie advisers
By Alex Burke  |  In Executive Appointments, Financial Planning
1:05 pm
Thu, 27 Aug
Shaw and Partners, formerly Shaw Stockbroking, has expanded its new financial advice team with five new appointments, including four ex-Macquarie advisers. Read more
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