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13 Sep 16 - Business Banking News

NAB to offer digital credit card in mobile banking revamp
National Australia Bank will soon offer a credit card that customers can use without having received the physical piece of plastic, as banks rush to bulk up their "digital wallets". As part of a mobile banking overhaul, the lender will in the coming ...

Macquarie Group starts targeted business banking staff cuts
Macquarie Group's cost cutting drive in its business and commercial banking arm is understood to involve as many as 30 employees leaving the unit over a period of months, as first reported by Street Talk on Wednesday.

CBA shareholders in the money 25 years after float
Shareholders who bought into Australia's first big privatisation, the 1991 float of the Commonwealth Bank, are sitting on hefty gains in their investment.

National Australia Bank spending big to win customers' superannuation online
by Sally Rose. National Australia Bank will spend a big chunk of the $300 million earmarked last year to revamp its wealth business on digital tools aimed at young savers. The strategy is designed to get more of NAB's personal banking customers to ...

Westpac invests in uno to disrupt mortgage brokers |
Westpac has spent $16.5 million on an equity stake in the fintech uno home loans, putting pressure on brokers.

Small businesses are shunning banks and turn to lender alternatives
"I needed a loan to buy some more equipment to simplify our processes in the kitchen, but the banks didn't want to know us.

ignore the end of zero rates at your peril
... companies sold bonds at negative rates - a sign of froth in the credit markets. But the most important hints have come from the two central banks that more than any other, have fuelled the extraordinary rally in bond markets as long-term yields ...

Wells Fargo cedes title as world's most valuable bank to JPMorgan
Wells Fargo & Co lost its title as the world's most valuable bank to JPMorgan Chase & Co. Wells Fargo, which is grappling with the fallout from claims that its employees created fake customer accounts, slumped 3.3 per cent to close at $US46.96 Tuesday ...

Westpac and St George wrongly charged young customers millions ...
Westpac has owned up to raiding the piggy banks of young customers by charging millions of dollars in fees that should have been waived.

Wells Fargo scam a warning for Westpac and local banks
The fraudulent financial product selling scandal engulfing America's largest bank, Wells Fargo, that forced a $US185 million ($240 million) fine and the sacking of 5300 staff should be a wake-up call for Australian banking executives. A culture of ...

PAAMCO's Jane Buchan says rates will move faster than arrogant traders realise
Having lived through the 1994 bond market crash, Jane Buchan, the chief executive of $US9 billion hedge fund of funds PAAMCO, says "rates can move much faster than people think".

AOFM to issue first 30-year bond, defies rating threat |
The Australian government is planning to issue its first ever 30-year bond, even as foreign investors scale back purchases.

Big four banks' heartland targeted by ING Direct
With Australia's economy growing faster than most developed countries, the Dutch-owned online lender is also eyeing off the lucrative business banking market for expansion over the coming years. ING Direct chief executive Uday Sareen is keen to take on ...

Cancer victim battles CBA for mortgage relief
It has already boosted the funding of the corporate regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, while promising to beef up its powers and the penalties.

97-year-old fights CBA for compensation
A 97-year-old victim of banned Commonwealth Bank star financial planner "dodgy" Don Nguyen is fighting the bank for compensation after hundreds of thousands of dollars of her retirement savings were destroyed. Mrs K, who asked her full name not be ...

HSBC: How will we verify business banking customers? Selfies!
UK bank HSBC will allow business customers to open new bank accounts using selfies as part of plans to simplify its application process.

The 9 best banks to work for on Wall Street have shifted in a big way ...
Blair Effron, co-founder and partner of third-placed Centerview Partners, left, with Gary Ginsberg, executive vice president of corporate marketing and ...

CBA boss: populist politics is not the 'lunatic fringe' |
Commonwealth Bank of Australia chief executive Ian Narev has accused business of being condescending to the growing backlash against globalism.

TitanTrade boiler room wreaks havoc in Australia as ASIC chases ...
It was a balmy summer's day in late June when an Australian businessman checked into the opulent Hotel Augustus in the glitzy Tuscan seaside retreat of Forte ...

'How dare you ask?': BBY executives shut down questions of ...
Employees of failed stockbroker BBY were assured the firm was solvent even as executives sought to delay client transactions.

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