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    $900m for AUSTRAC fine adequate: Westpac

    Australia's second largest bank, Westpac, believes the $900 million it has set aside for an eventual settlement with financial regulator AUSTRAC over breached anti-money laundering laws is adequate. ...
    $900m for AUSTRAC fine adequate: Westpac

    Argonaut boosts Perth team

    Stockbroking firm Argonaut has announced two high-profile recruits, while Canaccord Genuity has also bolstered its Perth team. Both firms have recruited new people from Hartleys, ...
    Argonaut boosts Perth team

    Market Herald invests $13m in clients’ shares

    The company formerly known as HotCopper has reported a big increase in its investments in clients’ shares, with revaluation gains leading to a modest annual profit. ...
    Market Herald invests $13m in clients’ shares

    QBE sheds CEO after an external review

    Shares in insurer QBE have fallen by more than 5 per cent after its group chief executive departed following an investigation into workplace communications. ...
    QBE sheds CEO after an external review

    Revenue doubles at The Agency Group

    The Agency Group Australia has increased its revenue by 48 per cent to $41.9 million and recorded strong growth, despite being impacted by the COVID-19 downturn. ...
    Revenue doubles at The Agency Group

    Key role for Hartman driving Tattarang plans

    As the chief investment officer at Andrew Forrest’s private company, 34-year-old John Hartman oversees a very large, extraordinarily diverse and fast-growing portfolio. ...
    Key role for Hartman driving Tattarang plans

    Grimshaw to leave Cashies

    Cash Converters has posted a $10.5 million loss, while chairman Stuart Grimshaw is the latest to leave the company. ...
    Grimshaw to leave Cashies

    AFG residential sales reach $34bn

    Mortgage lender Australian Finance Group has posted an underlying profit of $36.3 million for the full financial year on the back of rising residential settlements. ...
    AFG residential sales reach $34bn

    New brand for Bankwest

    A local IP lawyer has revealed the new logo and branding for Bankwest ahead of the official launch of the new look, which we’re told is designed for the digital age. ...
    New brand for Bankwest

    AMP saga shows boardroom faults: expert

    A corporate governance expert says boards across Australia need change following high-profile departures at AMP over a sexual harassment complaint. ...
    AMP saga shows boardroom faults: expert

    Power preparing recovery moves

    Creating flight corridors with COVID-safe countries and attracting financial services to Perth from Hong Kong are on the agenda for COVID recovery chair Nev Power. ...
    Power preparing recovery moves

    Crony capitalism tipped for a comeback

    An investment bank spots dangers and opportunities as globalisation stalls and governments emerge as the richest players in the economy. ...
    Crony capitalism tipped for a comeback

    Entrust takes long view on growth

    Australia’s financial planning sector is grappling with major regulatory changes. ...
    Entrust takes long view on growth

    Pandemic pain divides fund managers

    Perth-based fund managers beat the market last financial year but are divided on future investment strategies. ...
    Pandemic pain divides fund managers

    NWQ launches ESG fund

    Perth-based NWQ Capital Management is offering local investors access to more options after partnering with US hedge fund group Titan Advisors. ...
    NWQ launches ESG fund

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