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|... specific community - young Australians," he said. Maloney has built a career out of helping students, having worked with Apple and the Commonwealth Bank in the 1990s to establish a discounted financial product to help students fund their first computer. ...|
|... directly was also observed. SMSF investors are now the fastest growing customer segment in direct international shares, with Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google remaining among their favourite stocks to trade. "Now part of Australians' daily lives, these ...|
|... Vamos is the former chief executive of Microsoft Australia and New Zealand as well as Asia-Pacific managing director at Apple. Vamos said he was excited by the new role, adding: "I have really enjoyed the opportunity to work with the Xero leadership ...|
|... their own mobile payments wallet after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) denied them access to Apple's digital payment technology , Apple Pay, in March last year. This access would have enabled the banks to offer their own integrated ...|
|... diversification via less traditional, high growth sectors such as robotics and aerospace. Tencent, Tesla and Nvidia joined Amazon, Apple and Facebook as some of the most heavily traded international stocks last year by SMSFs. "International trading surged ...|
|... leading blockchain and fintech experts are involved in the development of the app, which will be made available to both Apple and Android users. The instability of cryptocurrencies is being attributed in large part to potential regulatory crackdowns. ...|
|... cash distribution yield, holding between 15 to 35 global securities. "Companies such as Alphabet (the owner of Google), Apple, Microsoft, Nestle, PayPal and Yum! Brands are world leaders in their fields that have no equivalents on the ASX. Australians ...|
|... with 4% cash distribution yield, holding up to35 global securities. "Companies such as Alphabet (the owner of Google), Apple, Microsoft, Nestle, PayPal and Yum! Brands are world leaders in their fields that have no equivalents on the ASX. Australians ...|
|... international shares comprising 59% and 55.9% of the most popular ETF and managed funds investment holdings respectively. Apple, Google and Microsoft comprise the top three holdings; one in 10 SMSFs is directly invested in Apple. Class chief executive ...|
|... markets, enabling them to balance their portfolios and invest directly in the companies that affect their daily lives, from Apple to Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway to Baidu," Leibowitz said.|
A Sydney boutique under Grant Samuel Funds Management's banner has closed its $28 million fund that invested in VIX and S&P 500 options.
ING's Living Super offering is putting the lid on its balanced option after feedback from members that it's too similar to the growth option, and will add two more defensive options.
The Financial Planning Association of Australia has unveiled its five-year plan, which includes redundancies.
JP Morgan Asset Management's trading and analytics platform is set to be powered by the automation capabilities of Calastone, after the two firms formed a partnership.
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