The latest issue of Financial Standard now available as an e-newspaper
|Showing 1 - 7 of 7 results for "Financial Market Infrastructure"|
|The government will soon introduce a regulatory reform package on Financial Market Infrastructure (FMI) following a review by Australia's financial regulators. The Council of Financial Regulators (CFR) consisting of APRA, ASIC, Treasury and the Reserve ...|
|Buried deep within budget documents are several steps the government will take to further boost our financial system, including greater powers for regulators and $11.2 million to enhance super fund member outcomes. While far from the headline measures ...|
|... and analytics leader. "The combined business would create a leading, UK headquartered, global financial market infrastructure provider with significant multi-asset capital markets capabilities, a leading data and analytics business and a broad post-trade ...|
|... multi-layered growth strategy built upon our position as an independent and reliable operator of financial market infrastructure." UBS AG Australia has underwritten the sale at $11.95 per share. This will mean that the ASX's 18.6% share of IRESS is expected ...|
|... payments and provision of services; and expanding the quality and range of services through sound financial market infrastructure and systems.|
|... infrastructure and position Australia's financial markets for long-term stability. Moreover, having central financial market infrastructure is a pre-condition to be a global financial centre, the ASX said. Location requirements are already in place for ...|
|... on how regulators should deploy existing powers is released, with the intention of bolstering financial market infrastructure. The paper 'Competition in the clearing and settlement of the Australian cash equity market' deals with competition and access ...|
According to analysis from Openmarkets Group, on average Baby Boomers and Generation X are making money on meme stocks, while Millennials are losing money.
The chief executive of a soon-to-merge industry super fund has announced he will not seek a role within the merged fund.
Life insurer TAL launched three new offerings that aim to address fairness and sustainability of income protection products.
AMP Capital made two key appointments to its real estate team and infrastructure equity business.
|Brought to you by|