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Does super need a rethink?

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The federal government has shown its political hand with the release of the Federal Budget this week.

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Time for retail banking to step up

By Matthew Smith
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How fintech is a game changer for women

By Matthew Smith
32 days ago

The next generation of women in finance might be busting through glass walls instead of butting up against glass ceilings, as some of the most prominent women in Australia’s burgeoning fintech startup scene are proving.

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Why we need fear

By Matthew Smith
39 days ago

Fear, it could be argued, is the single biggest factor influencing humans’ behaviour relating to money. Fear is what drives people to engage with the banking and finance industry, and it’s also what drives people away.

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When technology trumps finance

By Matthew Smith
47 days ago

In 10 years from now – or even less – it will be technology companies, not financial institutions, dictating terms of service for customers in banking and finance, according to a high profile corporate law professor.

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Regtech gets a voice

By Matthew Smith
52 days ago

The Regtech Association, launched late last week, is a first of its kind. It’s a product of the latent demand in the finance industry for specialist technology in this area, says Eric Frost, CEO of Simple KYC, one of the association’s founding members.

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What’s driving our data revolution

By Matthew Smith
52 days ago

Information is power, it always has been. But what’s different now, compared to a mere couple of years ago, is the capacity for businesses and entrepreneurs to collect information and leverage technology to deliver a better outcome for consumers.

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In profile: James Symond, Housing market in new territory, but no bubble

By Marion Fahrer
604 days ago

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In profile: Katherine Milesi, from dot com to digital revolution

By Robin Christie
639 days ago

Katherine Milesi has ridden the digital wave through its ups and downs since the 90s, and is now Senior Partner, Deloitte Digital and a board member of Deloitte Australia.

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Scholarship winner Tim Carleton’s lessons from Harvard

By Robin Christie
655 days ago

Part two of our interview with Tim Carleton, 2014 Hugh DT Williamson scholarship winner.

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Can share ownership be cool again?

By Matthew Smith
4 days ago

Have individuals gone off the idea of owning and trading shares in the public markets?

Read article

Does super need a rethink?

By Matthew Smith
4 days ago

When you log into the member portal of your superannuation fund, what do you see? What should you see?

Read article

Banks reeling from budget levy

By Matthew Smith
18 days ago

The federal government has shown its political hand with the release of the Federal Budget this week.

Read article

Time for retail banking to step up

By Matthew Smith
24 days ago

Unwinding the sales culture within the banks’ mortgage-broking businesses won’t be easy, but it can be done.

Read article

How fintech is a game changer for women

By Matthew Smith
32 days ago

The next generation of women in finance might be busting through glass walls instead of butting up against glass ceilings, as some of the most prominent women in Australia’s burgeoning fintech startup scene are proving.

Read article

Why we need fear

By Matthew Smith
39 days ago

Fear, it could be argued, is the single biggest factor influencing humans’ behaviour relating to money. Fear is what drives people to engage with the banking and finance industry, and it’s also what drives people away.

Read article

When technology trumps finance

By Matthew Smith
47 days ago

In 10 years from now – or even less – it will be technology companies, not financial institutions, dictating terms of service for customers in banking and finance, according to a high profile corporate law professor.

Read article

Regtech gets a voice

By Matthew Smith
52 days ago

The Regtech Association, launched late last week, is a first of its kind. It’s a product of the latent demand in the finance industry for specialist technology in this area, says Eric Frost, CEO of Simple KYC, one of the association’s founding members.

Read article

What’s driving our data revolution

By Matthew Smith
52 days ago

Information is power, it always has been. But what’s different now, compared to a mere couple of years ago, is the capacity for businesses and entrepreneurs to collect information and leverage technology to deliver a better outcome for consumers.

Read article

In profile: James Symond, Housing market in new territory, but no bubble

By Marion Fahrer
604 days ago

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In profile: Katherine Milesi, from dot com to digital revolution

By Robin Christie
639 days ago

Katherine Milesi has ridden the digital wave through its ups and downs since the 90s, and is now Senior Partner, Deloitte Digital and a board member of Deloitte Australia.

Read article

Scholarship winner Tim Carleton’s lessons from Harvard

By Robin Christie
655 days ago

Part two of our interview with Tim Carleton, 2014 Hugh DT Williamson scholarship winner.

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