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Ruth Liew Insurance companies have fielded nearly 30,000 claims stemming from the storm that battered New South Wales this week as the clean up continues across the state.
Sally Rose Graincorp, along with Nufarm, and Mortgage Choice, are just a few of the stocks Beulah Capital predicts will spike on takeover offers in what the fund manager is tipping to be the busiest period for merger and acquisition activity in the local market for seven years.
Adele Ferguson CBA set up a flawed, highly questionable and massively unfair compensation scheme for victims.
The US financial industry, known for a macho culture famously portrayed in the 1987 movie Wall Street, has come to publicly embrace gay rights.
Stephen Cauchi Deutsche Bank said Australia's big four banks' shares are valued appropriately and they stand out for revenue growth; UBS said their "valuations are stretched".
Sally Rose ASIC surveillance persistently shows poor quality advice and the wealth management industry can expect more fines and penalties.
The bank has resumed talks to sell its 39 per cent stake in Indonesian bank after discussions stalled for more than a year, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Shaun Drummond Car salary packager Smartgroup raised its half-year earnings guidance 35 per cent ahead of its AGM on Thursday morning.
Karen Freifeld Deutsche Bank is likely to pay more than $US2 billion ($2.6 billion) to US and UK authorities over the manipulation of benchmark interest rates, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Shaun Drummond The chief executive of newly listed vehicle-leasing and salary-packaging company Eclipx Group, Doc Klotz, says unlike its rivals, the company is not as exposed to changes in government policy and has a consumer-focused business.
Clancy Yeates The banking and wealth management industries have backed changes to the government's financial advice register, to prevent planners sacked for giving poor advice from moving to other employers.
Credit Suisse's first-quarter net profit rose 23 per cent, exceeding analysts' expectations, after market volatility boosted securities trading and on gains at its private bank for wealthy clients.
Adele Ferguson Forgery, fraud, lives ruined and an industry that is suffering from a crisis in confidence has put the spotlight on the financial services sector.
Clancy Yeates ANZ deputy chief Graham Hodges says the financial planning industry had more work to do to restore its reputation.
James Eyers The big banks have provided conditional support for an industry-wide insurance scheme for clients who sustain losses from dodgy financial advice.
Clancy Yeates and James Eyers Chief executives confronted their banks' past wrongdoing before a high-stakes Senate hearing in Parliament House on Tuesday.
Mathew Dunckley Rogue financial advisers that shifted around the industry from one firm to another have been compared at a Senate inquiry to paedophile priests who were moved around to different parishes when they had done the wrong thing.
James Eyers Macquarie has revealed some of the 11 planners it has reported for breaching standards to the corporate watchdog have gone on to financial adviser roles elsewhere.
James Thomson and Clancy Yeates If the Senate inquiry into financial planning scandals is to have a lasting impact it needs to ask important questions about how the banks are changing. Here are five at the top of our list.
Benjamin Purvis While Australia may be home to one of the developed world's highest benchmark interest rates, bond manager Perpetual has been looking for extra return in a place where key yields are below zero.