Archived News for Finance Sector Professionals - July, 2013
Farmers are calling for the Government to intercede and block the sale of Australian grain company GrainCorp to Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), a major group in global agribusiness.
The world's economic crisis response team will look at the prospect of more market volatility today, as finance ministers and central bankers gather in Moscow to chart a course towards global economic recovery.
The Federal Agricultural Minister has signed off on a new emergency loans system for Queensland farmers, ending months of squabble and debate about funds for floods and fires.
Greece has been thrown another financial lifeline, with the EU and the International Monetary Fund agreeing to a $9.5 billion deal to spare the country from defaulting on debts.
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman has announced an independent committee will be set up to deal with State MP's salaries, after outrage over a planned 42 per cent increase to politicians' pay.
A former investigator for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and the National Australia Bank may be looking to return to this side of the Tasman, after completing his contract with New Zealand’s financial watchdog.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has released a report claiming that consumers have saved billions since banks stepped up their disclosure on deposit rollovers.
Some CEOs are known for their near-inhuman dedication to their directorships, but it seems one former executive is happier to hang up his cufflinks and indulge a musical passion.