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The paradox within Westpac's 'irresponsible' lending breach
Opinion
Opinion

The paradox within Westpac's 'irresponsible' lending breach

Westpac was hit with a $35 million fine for irresponsible lending. The loans in question, however, are of similar or better quality to those deemed to have been lent responsibly.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz

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'Day of starvation' as CommBank online customers unable to access funds
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'Day of starvation' as CommBank online customers unable to access funds

Commonwealth Bank customers were unable to make payments or access the CommBank phone app for hours on Monday.

  • by Maani Truu & Jenny Noyes
Bendigo lifts profit despite competition
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

Bendigo lifts profit despite competition

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has lifted its full-year cash earnings 6.4 per cent to $445.1 million in a result helped by wider margins in a competitive lending environment.

Yours for $500,000 - one hyper-rare, 1813 dollar, complete with hole
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Yours for $500,000 - one hyper-rare, 1813 dollar, complete with hole

Two hundred years ago this holey dollar - one of Australia’s first coins - would have bought a barrel of rum. Nowadays it's worth the same as a small city apartment.

  • by Carolyn Webb
Scandals cost Commonwealth Bank staff $100 million in pay
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Commonwealth Bank

Scandals cost Commonwealth Bank staff $100 million in pay

The nation's largest bank claims it has stripped more than $100 million off the pay cheques - most of it from the bank's top executives - in response to its string of scandals.

  • by Colin Kruger
Small business challenger bank Judo raises $140 million
Banking products

Small business challenger bank Judo raises $140 million

Judo Capital's first funding round has been oversubscribed as investors get behind the challenger bank.

  • by Cara Waters
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Suncorp opts for 'aggressive transparency' of brands in online push
Suncorp

Suncorp opts for 'aggressive transparency' of brands in online push

Suncorp's new app does not shy away from the fact it owns 11 different brands in Australia.

  • by Clancy Yeates
While Tristan fought for his country, his money disappeared
Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

While Tristan fought for his country, his money disappeared

This former soldier is one of hundreds pursued by the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank over a company collapse.

  • by Adele Ferguson & Ruth Williams
My 'precious': A month with the Bankwest halo payment ring
Opinion
Opinion

My 'precious': A month with the Bankwest halo payment ring

Reporter Hamish Hastie shares his experience with the next big thing in financial technology.

  • by Hamish Hastie
What it costs to ditch your mortgage and switch to a cheaper one
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Home loans

What it costs to ditch your mortgage and switch to a cheaper one

Personal finance expert Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon answers your questions.

  • by Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon
Nicholas Moore to retire as Macquarie CEO as Wikramanayake steps up
Macquarie Group

Nicholas Moore to retire as Macquarie CEO as Wikramanayake steps up

Shemara Wikramanayake, who runs Macquarie's asset management arm, will replace Nicholas Moore and become the only female CEO among Australia's top 20 companies.

  • by Miriam Steffens & Caitlin Fitzsimmons