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|... cent, as well as cut the rate paid to banks that keep money on deposit with the central bank to below 0.1 per cent... Mr Evans also forecast the Reserve Bank would lower the 0.25 per cent rate on its Term Funding Facility". All good but the question ...|
|... board position will be replaced by Tribeca Investment Partners chief executive David Aylward as an executive director. "Mr Evans has advised that he intends to move to an investment role working with several private family offices looking to expand their ...|
|... cash rate will be at a record low 0.75% in November if he is right". Bill could be right because, according to Vesna: "Mr Evans is the only big four economist to call for three interest rate cuts from the Reserve Bank in this easing cycle, and the first ...|
|... liquidation) during his employment as a senior client adviser for the stockbroking company, Bell Potter Securities. ASIC alleges Mr Evans entered into contracts with individuals to invest funds with Kismet Trading in Individually Managed and Pooled Investment ...|
|... is currently the chairman of the risk management committee and a member of both the audit and nominations committees. "Mr Evans wealth of experience, both on the Westpac board and previously as the government's most senior economic policy advisor, equips ...|
|... share market and interest rate stability had also helped consumers' assessment of their finances compared to a year ago, Mr Evans said. In contrast, expectations about economic conditions over the next 12 months and the next five years had fallen modestly ...|
|... $21.15 million from Symphony Group. The building is due to be finished in April and is 100 percent leased to ANZ Bank. Mr Evans said CB Richard Ellis had valued the property at $21.6 million on completion and this was the sixth building in Symphony's ...|
|... Reserve Bank will move interest rates back to neutral (5.5-5.75 per cent) from the current 5.0 per cent by early 2004," Mr Evans said. "It will then be prepared to hold rates steady, even if, as predicted by recent readings of the Leading Index, the ...|
|... Looking back, there is no identifiable pattern to what direction sentiment heads in following rate rises, according to Mr Evans. For example, at the beginning of the 1999/2000 tightening cycle sentiment actually rose modestly by 1.3 per cent before collapsing ...|
|... indicating that above trend growth in the economy can be expected to be sustained well into the first half of 2004," Mr Evans said. "Westpac expects growth in 2004 to be 4.25 per cent, well above the likely 2.5 per cent growth of 2003." The annualised ...|
AIA Australia's newly launched advice business has named a chief executive to lead its efforts, as the life insurer brings some Commonwealth Financial Planning advisers into the fold.
Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
The superannuation startup geared at self-employed workers is looking to raise $1.5 million, as it sets it sights on 60,000 members in five years.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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