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10 June 2020 • By Lachlan Maddock • 1 min read

COVID-19 supercharges bank disruption

The banking sector is set for sweeping change as new technologies – and regulations – change how banks do business. Two-thirds of banking ...

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CBA buckles down on abusive messages in transactions

CBA has updated its policy around its digital banking platform, with customers caught sending abusive messages to others via transactions to face ...

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Shareholders rush to Iress after OneVue deal

A major wealth technology provider has completed its institutional share placement just one day after it was announced and will now extend the offer ...

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Chant West parent casts off wealth tech provider

Chant West Holdings, the parent company of the superannuation research hub, has signed off on the $1.5 million sale of its financial planning software ...

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China tech: Buyer beware

Chinese tech opportunities are on the rise and more attractive than ever, but come with severe reputational risks. As China looks to rebuild its ...

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Will bitcoin see another monster rally?

The supply of bitcoin is set to halve, opening up the possibility of a repeat of the massive rally seen in 2016. From 12 May 2020, bitcoin reward ...

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Xinja feels pandemic pinch

Xinja has been forced to lower interest rates across its savings accounts to keep up with the RBA’s unprecedented policy moves. Xinja will cut the ...

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Refinitiv partners with boutique wealth manager

Refinitiv partnered with a boutique private wealth firm to provide a customised open data platform, aiming to deliver solutions for the company’s ...

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Chinese tech giant buys stake in Aussie fintech

A Chinese tech conglomerate has become a substantial holder in one of Australia’s most famous fintechs. Tencent has bought a 5 per cent equity ...

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Tech giants feel COVID sting

The tech stocks that have been driving the market rally were down as companies reported flat earnings growth and massive COVID-19 spends

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