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Does financial services have a problem with women?BY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | TUESDAY, 19 JAN 2021 12:48PM
A wrongful dismissal case brought by a former IOOF employee detailing sexual harassment and gender discrimination among colleagues has once again shone an unwanted spotlight on the financial services industry, calling into question the sector's treatment of women.
Read more: IOOF, BlackRock, ANZ P&I, Boe Pahari, Catharine Lumby Associates, Dan Farmer, Deborah O'Neill, Financial Executive Women, IFM Investors, Juanita Escobar, Judith Beck, Macquarie University, Osvadlo Acosta, Pat Regan, QBE Insurance Group, Stanley Yeo
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The Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed what people who accessed their super early due to financial hardship caused by COVID-19 spent the money on.
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The life insurance industry is developing a Professional Standards Framework for all claims and underwriting professionals, with support from the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF).
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With consumers in the US now contributing the most to Afterpay's business, the BNPL provider has set in motion plans to list there as new research shows the economic impact of the service.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many Australians to review their life insurance cover and seek the help of a financial adviser.
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