|Financial Standard readers now have the opportunity to vote for the 2018 MAX Awards, recognising the leading marketing, advertising and sales professionals within financial services.|
|When selecting new board members, a majority (66.7%) of ASX 200 company boards tend to gravitate towards candidates whom they know - a situation which hinders the selection of female employees to male-dominated boards, according to a new survey from ...|
|Less than two weeks remain for nominations in the 2018 Marketing, Advertising and Sales Excellence (MAX) Awards.|
|ANZ bank has entered an enforceable agreement with ASIC and has footed a $50 million compensation bill as it puts the lid on its Prime Access compliance bungle.|
|Research analyst by day, Rockstar by night. George Hadja from Montgomery Investment Management took home the coveted 2018 Rockstar of the Year Award at an industry fundraiser organised by the Finance Industry Community Aid Program (FICAP) in Sydney last ...|
|ANZ will stop issuing new secured asset finance loans to retail customers, as the bank conducts an internal review of the business.|
|Lend me your ears. The Financial Industry Community Aid Program (FICAP) 'Who Wants to be a RockStar' is back and it promises to be bigger than ever.|
|A $70 billion superannuation fund and one of Australia's largest life insurers have been recognised for commitment to gender equality in the workplace.|
|In the wake of recent financial services and bank scandals, job opportunities in risk management and compliance within the sector are forecast to boom in 2018, Robert Walters' latest salary survey shows.|
|Wells Fargo has become the third major US bank to take action on gender and ethnicity pay gaps.|
Australia's superannuation sector is fighting a war on three different fronts, as the economic fallout of COVID-19 continues to bite.
Significant hikes in group insurance premiums have been put down to the Protecting Your Super reforms - with members of four superannuation funds facing premium increases of 34%.
APRA has asked superannuation funds to submit their in-house modelling on the magnitude of impact they are expecting from the Federal Government's special allowance for early release from superannuation.
Zenith Investment Partners wants to reverse out of its planned $12 million purchase of Chant West's superannuation business, saying the latter has been materially affected since February, but Chant West is digging its heels in.
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