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Banking & Investment

Neobanks challenge Big Four’s ‘sneaky sh*t’

Australia’s digital banks are shouting from the rooftops about their interest rates and taking a swipe at the Big Four's tactics.

Banking & Investment

New banks set to challenge Big Four

New banks set to challenge Big Four

Banking & Investment

Could you be charged for having money in the bank?

Australian banks could charge for deposits and pay customers to borrow money for the first time in history, as the Reserve Bank contemplates its next move to stimulate the economy.

Finance

Banks renew push to curb elder abuse

Australian Banking Association lobbies Federal Government to establish a new financial elder abuse service.

News

Banks spark most complaints to new ombudsman

The new Australian Financial Complaints Authority has received 6522 grievances in its first month of operation, which is 60 per cent more than it budgeted for.

News

Rich lister gets pro-union backing for super fund loans

Former union boss turned superannuation investment guru Garry Weaven is pushing for funds to also become lenders to businesses.

Finance

Is this why banks got away with dodgy practices?

Too many Australians cannot make basic maths calculations, a survey has found, which may explain why banks and super funds were able to get away with murder for so long.

Credit Cards

One in six credit card-holders drowning in debt: ASIC

Australia’s credit card balance is about $45 billion and one in six people are struggling with their debt, according to an ASIC report.

Banking & Investment

Major banks to be quizzed over ‘failed’ advice

The Big Four banks and AMP will deliver up some of their most senior executives for merciless grilling by Justice Kenneth Hayne when round two of the banking inquiry gets under way on Monday.

Banking & Investment

Banks cop blast on deadline failure

Royal commission boss immediately on the front foot as inquiry gets under way.

Banking & Investment

Fees, credit card offers at heart of new banking code of conduct

Credit card rules and more transparent fees are at the heart of an overhaul of the banking industry’s code of practice.

News

Royal commission findings have already been decided by PM

Long-suffering Australians battered by banks’ unscrupulous practices are kidding themselves if they believe justice will be done.

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