Latest Power50 list unveiledBY MARK SMITH | WEDNESDAY, 9 DEC 2015 12:16PM
This year's most influential people in social media within the Australian financial services industry have been unveiled in the latest FS Power50.
Read more: Financial Standard, Klout, Twitter, LinkedIn, AFA Adviser of, Anne Fuchs, Brad Fox, BT Financial, Charles Badenach, Eleanor Dartnall, Greg O'Neill, James Sutherland, Jenny Brown, La Trobe Financial, Laurel Papworth, Marnie McLaren, Michael Gordon, Montgomery Investment Management, Roger Montgomery, Sarah Reigelhuth, Shane Oliver, Sunsuper
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ASIC is set to review banking and financial literacy programs in Australian primary schools, including Commonwealth Bank's recently criticised Dollarmites program.
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