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  • But remains a small business' best friend

    Banking: 18.8.14, 02:00: ANZ’s investment in technology and 550 relationship managers has helped it win CANSTAR’s award for the best value products and services to Australia’s almost two million small businesses.

  • ANZ hits road bump in third quarter

    Banking: 18.8.14, 02:00: There were few hard numbers in ANZ’s quarterly trading update but those provided showed the same slowdown that was evident in its larger peer’s detailed results two days earlier.

  • Open slather on bank credit card fees

    Banking: 13.8.14, 02:00: February’s ruling that ANZ’s fees on late credit card payments constituted a penalty and were unconscionable has opened the door to a much bigger class action capturing more banks and more customers.

  • Appointments wrap: NAB, Westpac, ANZ

    Your Career: 05.8.14, 02:00: National Australia Bank's new chief executive Andrew Thorburn has tinkered with his executive team but resisted wholesale changes.

  • The ongoing myth of adviser independence

    Wealth: 05.8.14, 02:00: More than 50 per cent of people seeking financial advice mistakenly perceive the financial advisory businesses owned by CBA and NAB to be independent.

  • The buzz behind banks' unstoppable share prices

    Banking: 01.8.14, 02:00: The bounty of dividends isn’t the only thing propelling banks’ share prices onwards and upwards. The analysts who regularly declare the banks are expensive are also helping to driving up prices.

  • FIIG in JV to plug debt and equity gap

    Capital Markets: 28.7.14, 02:00: FIIG Securities has teamed up with private equity firm MH Carnegie and Co to create a private placement business to meet unfilled demand by investors and company borrowers.

  • Banks’ lowest-value customers happiest

    Banking: 23.7.14, 02:00: The big banks’ highest-value personal customers are markedly less satisfied than lower-value ones but that isn't helping small lenders to grow market share in home loans.

  • Westpac, CBA the 'relative losers' from FSI

    Banking: 18.7.14, 02:00: The heavy skew of Westpac and Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s balance sheet towards domestic home loans means they could emerge as the losers from the financial system inquiry, say analysts.

  • Stoner hails Sydney as Sibos returns

    Banking: 17.7.14, 02:00: Sydney’s position as a leading global professional services hub has been boosted by the announcement that the harbour city will host the Sibos financial conference in 2018.

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