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|... is working well and that banknote supply is maintained. And we have done this with around 90% of our staff working from home." Lowe said that despite evidence that the central banks package has been working as expected, he warned against increasing regulation. ...|
|... become clear is that it is people in lower paid jobs that are most heavily impacted. "They have jobs that cannot be done from home, often live in high density share housing and the nature of their job increases their exposure to the risks - e.g. workers ...|
|... said. "In addition, there are now the challenges of social distancing and the emergence of greater propensity to 'work from home'." Particularly in Sydney, CBD office investments could be disrupted as rents are higher and transport is more challenging ...|
|... expats) aimed to make housing more affordable by reducing foreign investment; however, it did little to recognise Australian home owners who had followed opportunities abroad. "In my experience, expats are the ones that have been the most heavily impacted," ...|
|Despite the coronavirus pandemic shutting down home inspections across the country and seeing many Australians' wallets run dry, more than 70% of property investors believe now is a good time to buy. That's according to new research coming out of the ...|
|... international hub, Hong Kong is known as a being an Australian regional base in Asia. AusTrade figures show Hong Kong is home to approximately 100,000 Australians and has over 600 Australian businesses operating in the region.|
|... was previously director Legal Australian Bankers' Association and head of credit for Telstra. "Delivering 'Live Well at Home' solutions for senior Australians is hugely rewarding," Bishop said. "Household Capital is leading the way in providing responsible ...|
|... Japanese' sense of community spirit and asked to limit social contacts by 70%-80%, for non-essential workers to work from home and companies to reduce shifts for workers who cannot work online. It couldn't have come soon enough for an economy ...|
|... staff member is absent, or like now, during a COVID-situation where a business may not have the capability to trade from home and need to partner with an external party to help with trades. Boutique fund managers would also benefit from outsourced trading ...|
|... announcement in August last year that Apogee, Garvan and Meritum would be merged , TenFifty Financial Group is MLC's new home for aligned financial advisers, with all attached to TenFifty operating as representatives of GWM Adviser Services. It will ...|
Sargon Capital's liquidators are looking for extra funding to dig deeper into the company's transactions, potential claims and the possibility of a dividend payment to creditors.
iShares today listed two exchange traded funds on the ASX that invest in Australian corporate bonds.
A survey of 110 pension funds, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds and insurance companies worldwide has revealed the new priority position ESG is taking in asset allocation.
Investec has established a postgraduate research scholarship with the University of Sydney Business School; in a move that it says will benefit the future finance workforce in Australia.
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