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|... corporate advisory team. Lazzoppina recently advised Air New Zealand in relation to its sale of a 20% stake in Virgin Australia, and previously acted for Recall on its demerger from Brambles as well as a number of agricultural transactions for Archer ...|
|... has been a director of IAG since December 2014 and became deputy chair in June 2015. She is also the chair of Virgin Australia and a Westpac director. She replaces Brian Schwartz, who announced his retirement in October 2015 and said he was "honoured ...|
|... cents to $34.08, Westpac had risen 18 cents to $36.64 and National Australia Bank was up two cents at $36.79. Virgin Australia, which is 73% owned by foreign airlines, was flat at 51 cents after it posted a narrower loss during the March quarter as its ...|
|... Australia Bank dropped two cents to $38.43, Westpac shed 12 cents to $38.73 and ANZ slipped five cents to $35.53. Virgin Australia added a quarter of a cent to 52.75 cents after the airline announced former Deutsche Asset Management Australia chief executive ...|
|... CoreLogic RP Data Residential Land Report for the September quarter is due out. In equities news, Wesfarmers, Virgin Australia, Fairfax Media, Crown Resorts, Origin Energy, Webjet, Tatts, Drillsearch, iiNet and Super Retail Group are among the companies ...|
|... added 12 cents to $31.48, Rio Tinto ascended 39 cents to $60.59, and Fortescue Metals firmed two cents to $2.53. Virgin Australia was up 1.25 cents at 45.75 cents after returning to underlying profitability in the second quarter of the financial year. ...|
|... forecasting a flat profit result for this financial year as dairy commodity prices around the world continue to fall. Virgin Australia was flat at 38.5 cents after chairman Neil Chatfield announced he would step down from his post after seven years in ...|
|... company profit reporting season starts winding down. The highlights on Friday are supermarket giant Woolworths and Virgin Australia both announcing their full year profits. Retailer Harvey Norman and maintenance and construction services Transfield are ...|
|... territory after opening lower. Qantas shares were up 0.5 cents to $124.5 as the senate considers the Qantas Sale Act. Virgin Australia was up 0.5 cents or 1.23 per cent to 41 cents.|
|... Woodside last traded at $42.85. In other market news, Air New Zealand has increased its cornerstone shareholding in Virgin Australia to the maximum allowed under Australia's foreign investment rules. The airline's shares were slightly down 0.25 cents ...|
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Intensifying its commitment to the Asia Pacific region, State Street has appointed a long serving J.P. Morgan executive as its first country head for Australia.
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Former Spectrum Wealth Advisers chief executive Mark Schroeder has been slapped with banning orders in addition to his six-year ban from providing financial services.
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New analysis from Rainmaker Information shows about 60% of all MySuper products reduced their fees last financial year, with the average fees paid by members now sitting at 1%.
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Octopus Investments, an energy asset manager, has made several appointments after recently surpassing $1 billion in assets under management.
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