| | TUESDAY, 28 MAR 2017 12:42PMThe chief executive of a global trading and investment technology firm believes financial institutions must step away from building and owning everything and adopt more collaborative approaches.|
|AMP upgraded its superannuation and investment platform MyNorth, which hit $6.7 billion in funds under management since it was launched last year.|
|ANZ entered into an agreement with an ASX-listed provider of knowledge management software.|
|Midwinter added a new life insurance software solutions provider to its advice operating system AdviceOS.|
|Two-thirds of cyber breaches arise from employees' negligence or malicious acts, new claims data from Willis Towers Watson shows.|
|Leading platform provider netwealth launched a financial literacy campaign this week, looking to bring financial education to the classroom through an interactive tool aligned with existing school curriculums.|
|A managed discretionary account provider is partnering with a fintech to deliver a new cloud-based solution to financial advisers.|
|Crowdfunding specialist Equitise is launching a group investment platform giving retail investors opportunities to back start-ups vetted by high-profile venture capitalists and angel investors.|
|Following a partnership to develop a digital solution for advisers, Kaplan acquired an artificial intelligence-based regtech provider.|
|Elders Financial Planning will work with a well-known fintech to further develop digital solutions for its adviser network.|
The Productivity Commission has released its anticipated draft report on alternative default models in superannuation, looking at ways to introduce more competition in a system where members do not exercise fund choice.
Following research into the future of product innovation and development, Nikko Asset Management Australia has created a new executive role to drive the firm's product agenda.
New-York based financial firm Goldman Sachs is planning to launch an ETF which will invest in high-yield corporate debt, according to documents filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Two Contango MicroCap (CTN) directors were removed following an extraordinary general meeting and a third resigned prior to resolutions being passed.
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