FICAP RockStar fundraiser draws record support
DARREN SNYDER  |  MONDAY, 13 FEB 2017
FICAP, the Financial Industry Community Aid Program, has announced the details of its much anticipated Who wants to be a RockStar event.
Finsia scholarship winner named
KERRIE SYDEE  |  THURSDAY, 1 DEC 2016
Finsia has revealed the winner of the 2016 Hugh DT Williamson scholarship.
FICAP gets ready for 2017 RockStar fundraiser
MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  THURSDAY, 17 NOV 2016
Preparations are underway for the 2017 'Who Wants to be a RockStar?', an annual event organised by the Financial Industry Community Aid Program (FICAP) in the name of music and youth charity.
The $25 trillion decision US voters have to make
MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  WEDNESDAY, 9 NOV 2016
Voting is underway for America's 45th president. Here's what industry experts have to say about the impact of the elections on global wealth, including Australian investors.
Industry backs mental health education campaign PROP
MICHELLE BALTAZAR  |  FRIDAY, 4 NOV 2016
The financial services industry is lending its support to a new mental health education campaign called 'People Reaching Out to People' (PROP).
ANZ mulls selling wealth business
ALEX BURKE  |  THURSDAY, 3 NOV 2016
ANZ says the sale of its wealth management business is a possible scenario that has been thought about "for some time."
ING investment in digital to see 5800 job cuts
KERRIE SYDEE  |  TUESDAY, 4 OCT 2016
ING Group has announced it will be cutting 5800 jobs in Europe as the bank seeks to reduce costs and invest further in its digital transformation.
NAB pursues innovation via global banking alliance
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  THURSDAY, 22 SEP 2016
NAB has partnered with two global financial institutions to form an international banking innovation alliance.
Experts give insights at 2016 Managed Accounts Forum
JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  SUNDAY, 11 SEP 2016
More than 200 delegates attended the recent 2016 Financial Standard Managed Accounts Forum, hosted at the Grand Hyatt in Melbourne.
Lower pay offset by persistent bonuses
KERRIE SYDEE  |  WEDNESDAY, 31 AUG 2016
Average fixed pay for chief executives in ASX100 companies has fallen by 3.3% to $1.86 million, its lowest level in almost a decade.
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