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|... interest returns that are equal to, or above inflation (1.8%). The highest rate was for a five-year term deposit from Judo Bank, it said, with an interest rate of 2.15% p.a. This was followed by Westpac (2% for eight months), First Mac (1.95% for six ...|
|... services scene. This year's iteration saw seven Australian fintechs make the cut, including emerging challenger bank Judo Bank, whose notable backers include the likes of Myer Family Investments, Credit Suisse Asset Management and Abu Dhabi Capital ...|
|... shows. Regulators have supported the creation of digital banks, with APRA recently granting full banking licences to Judo Bank and Volt Bank. But, fintechs face significant funding constraints with limited access to capital markets and other sources ...|
|... application," Bell told Financial Standard . He did, however, say that given that small and medium-sized business lender Judo Bank was recently approved for a full banking licence is very encouraging. "Judo Bank getting the licence is encouraging for ...|
|The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has granted Judo Bank, formerly Judo Capital, a licence to operate as an authorised deposit-taking institution without restrictions in what is being welcomed as a win for banking competition and fintechs. ...|
The $80 billion fund manager has hired BMO Global Asset Management's Asia Pacific managing director as an executive director as the incumbent retires.
Wilson Asset Management has responded to allegations by Keybridge Capital, noting the investment manager has already failed twice in previous attempts to obtain orders of this kind.
The former head of ESG investment research at AMP Capital has taken up a new role.
Fortnum, Centrepoint, Easton Wealth, CountPlus, Fitzpatricks and Paragem have all criticised the Financial Planning Association of Australia's latest policy proposal.
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