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|... coronavirus on the Australian economy and help boost business and consumer confidence. However, KPMG's chief economist Brendan Rynne said COVID-19 will still materially impact both Australia and the global economy. "History shows us that influenza ...|
|... annum, compared to an average of 2.3% over the past decade for other households. KPMG Australia chief economist Brendan Rynne said: "While it is perhaps understandable that the poorest members of our society want to diversify and increase their incomes ...|
|... policy settings, the budget will remain in actual and structural deficit until at least 2030. KPMG chief economist, Brendan Rynne said: "In the absence of any meaningful tax reform, we don't see government tax receipts covering government payments at ...|
The corporate watchdog's executive director of wealth management has nabbed a promotion and will now assume the role of ASIC's executive director of financial services.
New research has identified that urgent short-term need for money is the main driver for people withdrawing their superannuation savings under the COVID-19 ERS scheme.
Westpac has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $1.3 billion in relation to its contraventions of the anti-money laundering and counter terrorism laws.
Victorian Funds Management Corporation has welcomed a head of client and market development to its executive team.
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