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|For investors keen to claim their stake in local tech companies early in the wave, financial advisers have a new solution. Today the Australian stock exchange launched a new technology index, the S&P/ASX All Tech index , which in its early days will ...|
|It was a busy year for Women in Super , capped last Friday with the end-of-year Christmas luncheon where the association raised $18,000 on the day for a community foundation supporting women. Lata McNulty, chair of the NSW Committee, said that in 2019 ...|
|Industry groups for women help narrow the gender gap in senior management by providing executive education scholarships for women in finance and superannuation. On Wednesday, Women in Super announced its 2019 scholarship program in partnership with ...|
|A fintech business aimed at helping children develop good money habits won a major award at the 2018 Australasian Startup Awards. Spriggy was set up in 2015 by founders Alex Badran and Mario Hasanakos. Their main product is a pre-paid debit card for ...|
|Women in Super (WIS) caps the year with a new video campaign addressing gender inequality in super. Speaking at the member luncheon last week, NSW state chair Lata McNulty gave an update on WIS activities in recent months, including the 'Make Super ...|
|The Finance Industry Community Aid Program (FICAP) is gearing up for its "Who Wants to be a Rockstar?" fundraiser, with the new charity announced this month. Last Thursday, the FICAP committee and the charity beneficiaries from this year's fundraising ...|
|The race is on for the most dominant financial services provider to the $600 million millennial market segment in Australia, with local players facing stiff competition from US and Chinese fintechs. At a banking technology conference session held in ...|
|Not to rain on the fintech parade but financial advisers and investors in Australia must stay alert against Ponzi schemes posing as P2P platforms. In a paper released by the SWIFT Institute titled "Quo Vadis? A comparison of the fintech revolution in ...|
|Experts say Millenials and the Gen Z generation are going to make the gender and race equality debate obsolete in the workplace, even in the hypermasculine sector of financial services. Speaking at SIBOS this week, Rachel Cooper, professor in Gender ...|
|Challenger banks :86400, volt and xinja mount plans to disrupt the banking oligopoly in Australia. Speaking at the SIBOS Conference held in Sydney this week, senior heads at the three challenger banks spoke about how changing customer needs, fintech ...|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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