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The three letters loved by bankers that investors should be wary of

The three letters loved by bankers that investors should be wary of

A financial assembly line that went haywire a decade ago and contributed to an economic crisis is gearing up again on Wall Street.

  • by Matt Phillips

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Clock ticking on Dollarmites survival, time for ASIC to step up
Opinion
Opinion

Clock ticking on Dollarmites survival, time for ASIC to step up

More than 80 years after enticing children to become CBA customers for life through its Dollarmites program, the clock is ticking on its survival.

  • by Adele Ferguson
ANZ customers left in cold as banks chip in for post office services
National Australia Bank

ANZ customers left in cold as banks chip in for post office services

Major banks with the exception of ANZ have agreed to pay Australia Post an additional $22 million to fund banking services in post offices.

  • by Cara Waters
'So many glitches and crashes': ANZ share trading app woes continue

'So many glitches and crashes': ANZ share trading app woes continue

When one customer contacted ANZ to ask how much cash he had, there was no clear answer from the bank.

  • by Emma Koehn
Banks spooked as behavioural ghosts won't be put to rest easily
Opinion
Banking products

Banks spooked as behavioural ghosts won't be put to rest easily

The massive cost of banks behaving badly

  • by Elizabeth Knight
CBA pays up to keep banking services in post offices
Commonwealth Bank

CBA pays up to keep banking services in post offices

The move increases pressure on Australia's three other major banks to follow suit.

  • by Patrick Hatch
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NAB stung by alleged 'liar loan' fraud
National Australia Bank

NAB stung by alleged 'liar loan' fraud

Another day, another arrest for a home loan fraud linked to National Australia Bank, raising more questions about the quality of the loan books held by banks.

  • by Sarah Danckert
Mysteries of the disappearing IPO and Fahour's next gig solved
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Banking royal commission

Mysteries of the disappearing IPO and Fahour's next gig solved

The $3 billion float of Latitude Financial disappeared without trace or explanation. The appointment of Ahmed Fahour as chief executive helps explain why.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz
Humbled banks to retreat to core business, says new rival Fahour
Ahmed Fahour

Humbled banks to retreat to core business, says new rival Fahour

New Latitude boss Ahmed Fahour says credit cards, personal loans, car loans and sales financing with retailers such as JB Hi-Fi are all areas that will be ripe for the picking.

  • by Patrick Hatch
The credit squeeze is tightening
Opinion
Opinion

The credit squeeze is tightening

Closer examination of customers’ ability to fund their borrowing is reducing the size of the amount that can be borrowed.

  • by Daryl Dixon
Ask Noel: is my money protected by government guarantee?
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Superannuation

Ask Noel: is my money protected by government guarantee?

Personal finance expert Noel Whittaker answers your questions.

  • by Noel Whittaker