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|... the average Australian." Less than 10% of members engage with their superannuation account - if at all, according to InPayTech chief innovation officer Brad Riley, pointing to the payment services firm's analytics. Riley told Financial Standard that ...|
|InPayTech has entered into a merger agreement to acquire 100% of Comply Path as a wholly owned subsidiary. The payment technology company will complete the transaction as a 100% scrip for scrip offer and upon shareholder approval Comply Path shareholders ...|
|... eliminating the direct debit option can further aggravate the unpaid super problem. Dean Martin, chief executive of InPayTech, said removing the direct debit payment unfortunately means that businesses are working harder to meet their SG compliance. ...|
|InPayTech's superannuation payment solution has picked up new payroll provider clients, as cybercrime continues to threaten the super sector. The payment technology company has confirmed seven new payroll providers have joined the firm's integrated ...|
|InPayTech has promoted internally to make Dean Martin their new chief executive, the company has announced. Martin is currently InPayTech's head of customer experience, a role he has been in since February this year. His appointment as chief executive ...|
|... superannuation fintech step down from the lead role. Effective today, Robin Beauchamp will vacate the role of chief executive at InPayTech. Beauchamp will take on the role of chief technical officer, under his current contract terms, while the InPayTech ...|
|... ClickSuper website and then directly to the ATO. The clearing house provider is owned by Integrated Payment Technologies (InPayTech) and its chief executive Robin Beauchamp said: "We continue to focus on delivering secure, simple and streamlined solutions ...|
|InPayTech executive chairman and financial services stalwart Don Sharp is calling out regulatory challenges faced by Australian fintechs and is encouraging the federal government to take a long-term view on disruptive industry legislation. The comments ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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