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    Cashies to pay $43m to settle class action

    Investors have welcomed an agreement by Cash Converters International to pay $42.5 million to settle a class action in Queensland. ...
    Cashies to pay $43m to settle class action

    Mortgage lending rebounds in WA

    Housing finance provider Australian Finance Group says lending for homes in the first quarter of the 2020 financial year in Western Australia has rebounded from record low levels to reach its highest figure since the end of the 2017 fiscal year. ...
    Mortgage lending rebounds in WA

    WA misses out on NAB’s big banker boost

    National Australia Bank will introduce 163 new roles in its business banking division, which it says is part of an Australia-wide customer growth strategy, but the jobs will almost entirely go to the eastern states. ...
    WA misses out on NAB’s big banker boost

    Pioneer receives respite from lenders

    Pioneer Credit has reached a standstill agreement with two of its major lenders as it attempts to deal with the fallout from a change in the accounting treatment of its consumer debt portfolios. ...
    Pioneer receives respite from lenders

    Equity crowdfunding on the rise

    Interest in equity crowdfunding is growing locally, after Rhinohide reached its investment goal and fellow Perth-based business Tiller Rides announced more than 300 investors have expressed interest in supporting its capital raising. ...
    Equity crowdfunding on the rise

    WA lending up from historical lows

    Lending to investors and first homebuyers in Western Australia is showing early signs of a rebound from its record slump, according to the latest seasonally adjusted data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. ...
    WA lending up from historical lows

    Panoramic loan slashed by $20m amid Savannah woes

    Nickel miner Panoramic Resources will have to tap the market for $20 million in equity after its debt was halved by Macquarie Bank, while today also disclosing deferred payment for the sale of its Canadian project. ...
    Panoramic loan slashed by $20m amid Savannah woes

    Pioneer lender cuts off funds amid probable profit hit

    Pioneer Credit could be in breach of its loan covenants, after it said a change in the accounting treatment of its consumer debt portfolios would likely result in a dent to its underlying earnings. ...
    Pioneer lender cuts off funds amid probable profit hit

    AFG profit edges lower

    Australian Finance Group has posted a 0.8 per cent decrease in net profit, but is optimistic about its future following the federal election result earlier this year. ...
    AFG profit edges lower

    AFG set to buy rival for $120m

    Australian Finance Group has signed a binding agreement to acquire Melbourne-based Connective Group in a cash-and-scrip deal worth around $120 million that will create an entity with over 6,575 brokers. ...
    AFG set to buy rival for $120m

    Cashies forecasts FY19 loss

    Cash Converters International says it expects a loss of between $2 million and $4 million for the 2019 financial year, largely due to a class action settlement in Queensland. ...
    Cashies forecasts FY19 loss

    Canaccord set to buy Patersons for $25 million

    Canada-based Canaccord Genuity has struck a deal to acquire underperforming Perth-based stock broker Patersons Securities for about $25 million. ...
    Canaccord set to buy Patersons for $25 million

    RBA cuts rate to record low amid house price slump

    The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut the cash rate to 1.25 per cent, a day after CoreLogic data revealed Perth house prices continue to fall more sharply than other state capitals. ...
    RBA cuts rate to record low amid house price slump

    Mortgage lending hits record low in WA

    Housing finance provider Australian Finance Group says lending for homes in the first three months of 2019 in Western Australia has plunged to the lowest level since it began tracking mortgage values in mid-2012. ...
    Mortgage lending hits record low in WA

    AP Eagers seeks $1.84bn merger with AHG

    AP Eagers has made a takeover bid for Automotive Holdings Group, which values the struggling West Perth-based car retailer at around $635.4 million. ...
    AP Eagers seeks $1.84bn merger with AHG

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