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|Papua New Guinea's consumer regulator, the Independent Consumer and Competition Commission (ICCC), has denied Westpac's sale of its Pacific business to Kina Securities. Kina Securities was set to pay $420 million for Westpac Fiji and 89.91% of Westpac ...|
|... insurance needs by partnering with TAL." In the last year, Westpac has also ditched its lenders mortgage insurance, Westpac Pacific, auto finance and New Zealand life insurance businesses, and separated its general insurance and vendor finance busine ...|
|... offload its specialist businesses and ramp up its digital transformation. Westpac has already sold Vendor Finance, Westpac Pacific, General Insurance and Lenders Mortgage Insurance. The remaining businesses to be sold include Westpac Life Insurance ...|
|... to lenders mortgage insurance. Furthermore, the bank recorded an accounting loss of $113 million on the sale of Westpac Pacific along with transaction costs and divestments. However, Westpac noted these losses were offset partially due to a net gain ...|
|... is underway and the exit of several units are progressing. This included the sale of Westpac General Insurance, Westpac Pacific and NZ Wealth advisory; returning 300 out of 1000 offshore jobs to Australia and ending its relationship with IOOF.|
|... compliance costs. Insurance recorded a net loss of $480 million due to bushfires, storms and lower premiums, while Westpac Pacific recorded $11 million cash profit down $58 million over the year. Westpac recorded positive results for BT Panorama with ...|
|... the year to review and ready the bank's superannuation, platforms, investments, insurance, auto finance and Westpac Pacific businesses for sales, demergers and spin-offs - said the sale would help simplify the bank's operations. "The sale represents ...|
|... retirement products, investments, and general and life insurance and auto finance, he added. It will also include Westpac Pacific. Commenting on Yetton's appointment, King described him as a proven executive who is returning to Westpac, having previously ...|
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The House of Representatives committee looking into common ownership of ASX companies has continued this week, with the super industry hitting back at suggestions that funds act in unison.
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Australian Ethical is making a series of changes to its Advocacy investment option that will allow it to begin investing in alternatives and unlisted property.
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The sovereign wealth fund appointed a chief people and culture officer following an extensive search.
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AMP Capital has launched a new investing arm within its Global Infrastructure Equity team that focuses on telecommunication assets.
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