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    ASIC bans Perth adviser

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has banned Wayne Blazejczyk from providing financial services for five years, saying the Perth adviser had failed to meet best interest obligations ...
    ASIC bans Perth adviser

    ASIC acts on $240m investment scheme

    The corporate regulator is seeking to wind-up an alleged unregistered managed investment scheme run by Mt Hawthorn resident Chris Marco, who received about $240 million from 132 investors. ...
    ASIC acts on $240m investment scheme

    Perth company wins FPA award

    West Perth-based Capital Partners Private Wealth Advisors has been announced professional practice of the year by the Financial Planning Association of Australia. ...
    Perth company wins FPA award

    ASIC slams mining IPO promoters

    The corporate regulator has strongly criticised company directors and lead managers involved in mining IPOs, saying they often have conflicts of interest, favour select clients and are focused on chasing short-term gains. ...
    ASIC slams mining IPO promoters

    Pioneer signs $120m scheme with Carlyle

    Pioneer Credit has named US investment group Carlyle as preferred bidder to acquire the business, at a price of $1.82 per share, a large discount to the company’s latest closing price of $2.46 per share. ...
    Pioneer signs $120m scheme with Carlyle

    Deloitte takes top spot in WA

    Over the course of two decades, Deloitte has overtaken all its major rivals to become the largest accounting and consulting firm in Western Australia, helped by multiple acquisitions. ...
    Deloitte takes top spot in WA

    AFG directors in $27.6m sale

    Two Australian Finance Group founders have sold shares worth about $27.6 million, about 5 per cent of the company, as they plan to diversify their portfolios. ...
    AFG directors in $27.6m sale

    Pioneer set to change hands

    Pioneer Credit has disclosed it is just days away from announcing a preferred bidder for the troubled financial services business. ...
    Pioneer set to change hands

    Westpac too reliant on computers

    OPINION: The Westpac transactions scandal exposes its dependence, and that of the other banks, on computerised processing to replace people and cut costs. ...
    Westpac too reliant on computers

    Fund managers offer strategy options

    With uncertainty surrounding global share markets, Business News has taken a close look at the strategies of six Perth-based fund managers. ...
    Fund managers offer strategy options

    HBF revises investment strategy

    Health fund HBF has shifted to a more conservative investment strategy in response to the risks facing global share markets. ...
    HBF revises investment strategy

    Easy money comes at a cost

    OPINION: As welcome as they are for borrowers, the current era of ultra-low interest rates is creating the climate for a financial crisis. ...
    Easy money comes at a cost

    Business brokers target the upside

    A successful year for GMO Business Sales masked what was an otherwise quiet year for brokers across the state. ...
    Business brokers target the upside

    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

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