| | TUESDAY, 6 AUG 2019 3:51PMFollowing record investments in 2018, Australia's fintech sector saw a subdued investment trend in the first half of this year.|
|London Stock Exchange has confirmed it is in talks to acquire Refinitiv in a $US$27 billion deal.|
|Investment managers are now able to include up to 10 foreign currencies when implementing managed portfolio investment strategies on HUB24 with the platform's new multi-currency functionality.|
|The food delivery provider has partnered with an Australian fintech app, Solo & Smart, to help their riders during tax time and to save up for accrue retirement savings.|
|BT Panorama has exceeded $20 billion in funds under administration and boosted platform functionality.|
|The 650,000 clients using AMP's My AMP wealth management website will now have access to a range of new features.|
|With the new open banking regime now in effect, fintechs are set to reap the rewards of data sharing.|
|Magellan Asset Management has renewed its fund administration agreement for another five years.|
|OpenMarkets Australia has launched a new trading platform targeting self-directed investors and financial advisers.|
|The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has issued a warning about large technology companies entering financial services.|
A new superannuation fund hoping to bridge the retirement savings gap will launch with the hope of disrupting the system that has disadvantaged women.
The general manager of superannuation and retirement solutions at a $57 billion industry fund has resigned, with the hunt commencing for a replacement.
Praemium saw funds under administration hit $16.1 billion over the last financial year, thanks largely to its off-platform managed accounts service.
OnePath has moved to enhance the abilities of financial advisers using its OneView Life client management portal.
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