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|... Wealth democratises the path toward financial health for everyone regardless of where they start their wealth journey." Goodments by Douugh launched in Australia in June as a stepping stone before Douugh's banking app attempts to break into the local ...|
|US-based investing app Goodments by Douugh is now available in Australia, offering brokerage-free access to US stocks and ETFs. Goodments was founded in 2017 by former ANZ financial adviser Tom Culver and then-Leo Burnett advertising executive Emily ...|
|... they might have a preference on responsible investing." Asked whether FASEA took a strong enough stance on ESG issues, Goodments chief executive Tom Culver said no. "I personally think they should have gone further. However you want to look at this ...|
|Tom Culver, chief executive and co-founder of Goodments, was named the winner of the inaugural EY WAMTech PitchFest. Goodments, which uses environmental, social and governance data to help retail investors screen for stocks based on sustainability factors ...|
|... screen for stocks based on sustainability factors is set launch in the coming months. The H2 Ventures backed start-up, Goodments, founded by former ANZ financial adviser Tom Culver and his wife Emily Taylor of advertising firm Leo Burnett, was admitted ...|
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The ETF provider will soon launch three new ETFs investing in electric vehicles, digital and mobile payments technology and e-sports.
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While Australians believe they are well prepared for retirement, many are worried about the political risks they face once they are retired, research suggests.
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Financial advice firm Partners Wealth Group has launched a new venture for sophisticated and wholesale investors.
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Australian crypto trading platform myCryptoWallet is in liquidation, with investor money trapped.
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