Archived News for Finance Sector Professionals - January, 2015
The people behind the AdviserRatings website say most of the political wrangling about financial advice reforms has gone totally over the heads of the general public.
The Federal Labor Party says itThere are claims that the looming workplace review will create a class of US-style working poor. fears the looming workplace review will create a class of US-style working poor.
The Productivity Commission has hinted that default funds under modern awards will not be included into its inquiry into Workplace Relations Framework, much to the chagrin of some financial services lobby groups.
The US state of New York has made one of the most bold investments in internet infrastructure of recent times – pledging to get speeds of at least 100 Mbps to almost every resident.
The ACCC is taking a deep look at Woodside Petroleum’s $US2.75 billion buy-out of LNG assets from a US energy firm, acting on concerns that the deal was designed to lift gas prices.