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| | THURSDAY, 17 SEP 2020 12:22PMThe number of female chief executives in the ASX 200 has fallen over the last two years to just 10, with a not-for-profit organisation urging that "we can, and must, do better".|
|Australian Unity has seen its profits plummet more than 70% compared to the previous financial year, with the group noting the impacts of COVID-19 saw it miss out on about $26 million in profit.|
|Australian banks will commence contacting the group of customers who have not resumed paying loans a result of the pandemic, according to the Australian Banking Association (ABA).|
|S&P Dow Jones Indices has announced its quarterly rebalance of ASX indices, effective at the open of trade on September 21.|
|Diversified wealth manager La Trobe Financial has launched a suite of a new loan products, which it says will help better meet shifting consumer needs in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|Financial services ESG publication The Sustainability Report has been relaunched as FS Sustainability today.|
|The group chief executive of QBE Insurance Group has left the business after almost three years in the role, following a complaint from a female employee just 10 days ago.|
|Voting has opened for the 2020 FS Power50, recognising the most influential financial advisers in Australia.|
|Westpac has sold its vendor finance business to a New York-headquartered private equity firm, in the first sale from the bank's strategic review stable.|
|The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has implemented changes to the JobKeeper employee eligibility rules following the government's announcement the scheme would be altered.|
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The corporate watchdog's executive director of wealth management has nabbed a promotion and will now assume the role of ASIC's executive director of financial services.
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New research has identified that urgent short-term need for money is the main driver for people withdrawing their superannuation savings under the COVID-19 ERS scheme.
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Westpac has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $1.3 billion in relation to its contraventions of the anti-money laundering and counter terrorism laws.
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Victorian Funds Management Corporation has welcomed a head of client and market development to its executive team.
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