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|Technically, we're not there yet but Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg opted not for a stay of execution and acknowledged that Australia's 29-year recession-free run is over. "Well, the answer to that is yes. And that is on the basis of the ...|
|... has started a petition on Change.org, and has also written to seven members of parliament, including Treasurer Josh Frydenberg. Despite the petition gaining nearly 1000 signatures, with figures growing every day, Ridley said the letters have gone unnoticed. ...|
|... falling foul of their continuous disclosure obligations if their forecasts are found to be inaccurate," Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said. "In response, companies may hold back from making forecasts of future earnings or other forward-looking estimates ...|
|... regulated under the Corporations Act and required to hold an Australian financial services licence, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announced today. The Treasurer said the government wants litigation funders to be subject to greater regulatory oversight. "Litigation ...|
|Treasurer Josh Frydenberg outlined a bleak future for the Australian economy in a speech to parliament, forecasting GDP to fall over 10% in the June quarter. The figure would be the largest contraction in GDP in Australia's history. "At $50 billion ...|
|... Commission related draft exposure legislation issued before the pandemic will be extended by six months. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the deferral would allow the industry to focus on "planning for the recovery and supporting their customers". "This ...|
|Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has announced changes to the Corporations Act, in a bid to relieve Australia's public companies from financial stress over the coming months. The changes, enacted from May 5, allow companies to hold virtual Annual General Meetings ...|
|... government's JobSeeker payments that limited the issuance of pink slips. But even this isn't good enough. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg estimates that the economy will lose A$4 billion for every week restrictions remain. It's a tough choice - ...|
|Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has revealed the COVID-19 social restrictions are costing the Australian economy $4 billion a week. New analysis from Treasury estimates the mass closure of businesses and activities, designed to stop the spread of the virus ...|
|... funds, if they haven't already been talking about merging, COVID-19 will push it up the agenda." Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has pointed out that APRA does have the ability to direct super funds to merge, and has implied that this could be the outcome ...|
Five former Pengana staff members have emerged to launch the boutique, Pella Funds Management.
Industry fund Rest has released its roadmap to net zero and scenario analysis on the impact of climate change on investment returns.
Investing platform Superhero announced the availability of the first Bitcoin ETF to Australian investors, after it listed in the US yesterday.
After five years, the Sydney-based investment firm is bidding farewell to its chief investment officer and co-founder.
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