Foreign investment in the finance and insurance sector has dropped, according to new reports.

The big banks are bracing for a regulatory slap-down from APRA, and are pushing out property loans while they can.

An investment in Australian Government Bonds is now as risky as buying shares, a one economist has warned.

Ten Network has posted its half-year results, unveiling a $264.4 million net loss after a $251.2 million write-down in the value of its TV licence.

Former AMP chief executive Craig Dunn will join Westpac Banking Corp's board as an independent director, in a move insiders say will give the bank an edge on the growing world of financial technologies – fintech.

Western Australia’s auditor-general says the state’s public servants are spending too much on travel.

The Tax Office is chasing BHP Billiton for more than $500 million in payments it avoided by shovelling profits overseas.

M2 Group, the owners of Dodo and Primus, is entering the bidding war with TPG to buy rival telco iiNet.

The University of Western Australia’s latest posting has caused some serious stirrings.

Lessons could be learned from Australia’s newest superannuation expert – a 10-year-old girl.

Members of the Life Insurance and Advice Working Group (LIAWG) have publically endorsed the recommendations of group leader John Trowbridge, but not everyone is happy.

More than 200 senior local government figures are gathering in Brisbane to thrash out key issues affecting the financial sustainability of councils in Queensland.

Union members at the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) look set to join strike action alongside public servants from 12 other departments.

Labor has proposed superannuation tax changes that it says would bring more than $14 billion from over 10 years to the federal coffers.

New research says Australia could go 100 per cent renewable, with a few good policies.

Business groups have reacted poorly to a push by unions to change the Fair Work Act.

The chief of Europol says online thieves are shifting their targets from bank customers to the banks themselves.

Financial reports say the increase in construction activity in New South Wales has made it Australia’s top economic performer.

ANZ will pay back $30 million to thousands of customers wrongly charged for financial planning services.

The Australian Tax Office is using animated GIFs to sell the message of superannuation consolidation to trendy youngsters.

Not long after its chairman called for a cap on iron production, Fortescue is now planning to mine much more.

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