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|A former Freedom Insurance director and consultant will head to Federal Court for their alleged involvement in aggressive sales tactics. ASIC has commenced civil penalty proceedings against former Freedom Insurance managing director of Keith Cohen and ...|
|... monetary and fiscal policies and businesses and consumers' reaction function to these. So far, most central banks (led by the Fed) still thinks that the recent surge in inflation is transitory. More recently, US treasury secretary Janet Yellen noted ...|
|The federal government's refusal to commit to net zero by 2050 will lead to Australia losing a massive amount of green foreign investment, superannuation fund HESTA warned. At a recent Investor Group on Climate Change event, HESTA chief executive Debby ...|
|The landmark Better Advice Bill, which introduces a new disciplinary body, passed the senate overnight. Under the Financial Sector Reform (Hayne Royal Commission Response-Better Advice) Bill 2021 (Better Advice Bill), from 1 January 2022, the Financial ...|
|... Further, to avoid the appearance of conflict of interest in the timing of investment decisions, they will be required to give the Fed 45 days' prior notice of their intention to buy or sell. These decisions must then be approved by the Fed and the investments ...|
|The corporate regulator handed down a six-year ban from providing financial services to a Melbourne-based financial adviser for failing to provide appropriate advice. Ashok Sherwal advised clients in need of cash to replace their existing insurance ...|
|A new survey from Citi has revealed what fund managers, chief executives and chief financial officers across Australia and New Zealand are most concerned about. Stagflation, China's slowdown and a global energy crunch were top of mind for over 1500 ...|
|... economic shutdown into one of the strongest bull runs of the 21st century, proving that it is imprudent to 'bet against the Fed. The growth that family offices achieved in the period is a standout." More than 80 single and multi-family offices in Australia ...|
|... the supply chains and the energy crisis - ones, that could cap (even reverse) economic growth momentum. Have no fear, the Fed has a Plan B. According to the minutes: "...in keeping with the outcome-based standard for initiating a tapering of asset purchases ...|
|... current growth moderation into economic stagnation. But chances are the spike in inflation is going to be transitory as the Fed and the European Central think (hope). Inflation would ease as more and more factories return to full production, supply chain ...|
The September financial adviser exam pass rate was stable at 60% but continues to fall below the overall pass rate of 88.5%.
The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Tax and Revenue has released a report aimed at overhauling Australia's corporate bond market.
Future Fund's latest portfolio update shows the sovereign wealth fund is just shy of hitting $200 billion.
Share trading platform Superhero will take the $40 million it has raised this year to expand into New Zealand by mid-2022.
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