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|An Order of Australia recipient has been named the new chair of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority, replacing Helen Coonan. John Pollaers is the new independent chair of AFCA, replacing Coonan, whose tenure comes to an end this month. Coonan ...|
|... on monetary and fiscal life support. What's wrong with that? What's there to fear? It'll be a good sign if the Fed - followed by other central banks - reduce policy accommodation tomorrow, indicating a return to pre-coronavirus normal.|
|ASIC has taken action to wind up PE Capital Funds Management and its managed investment schemes. The regulator is alleging that PE Capital operated unregistered managed investment schemes including the PE Capital Property Development Fund, PE Capital ...|
|... Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis president James Bullard's recent virtual presentation provided a timely venue for the Fed to push back on inflation fears that drove equity markets down a day before. The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis' said ...|
|... higher prices passed on by businesses that are paying higher costs due to continuing bottlenecks in the supply chain. But the Fed has already told us this would happen. Chair Jerome Powell has stressed time and again that, although measured inflation ...|
|Small business owners, like financial planners, are set to benefit from the 30% tax rate reducing to 25% from 1 July 2021. Federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg also announced last night that temporary full expensing has been extended until 30 June 2023. ...|
|"Australia's economic recovery is now well underway and we must keep the momentum going ... but, this pandemic is not over. For as long as the virus persists, so will we. So tonight, we go further." This is according to federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg ...|
|Just about everyone is a winner in this year's federal budget, with treasurer Josh Frydenberg extending tax cuts, significant measures to enhance women's economic security and a $15 billion infrastructure spend. Delivering the 2021/22 federal ...|
|The government has announced a $110 billion infrastructure project pipeline to help fuel the post COVID-19 economic stimulus, and it's not just concrete and steel. Billed as one of the budget's cornerstone commitments, the government will spend an extra ...|
|The aged care sector is set for a major boost to address problems raised in the Royal Commission and prepare for the coming wave of aging retirees. Aged care expenditure will increase 7% during 2021-22 to $24.3 billion and by 37% over the next four ...|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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