Forum can help: Company at centre of $400m Westpac fraud open for business 2021/07/26 19:00:00 WA Today
An email trail reveals Forum Group has been spruiking its wares in a desperate plea to drum up new business, while liquidators sniff out assets and its founder remains in Greece.
Papua New Guinea Proposes To Deny Authorization To Kina Bank For Buying Westpac''s Pacific Businesses 2021/07/26 14:04:25 Business Insider Markets
(RTTNews) - Papua New Guinea''s Independent Consumer and Competition Commission (ICCC) on Monday released its draft determination indicating that it proposes to deny authorization to Kina Bank for the proposed acquisition of Westpac Group''s (WBC.AX, WBK) stake in Westpac Bank PNG Limited. Westpac and Kina are currently reviewing the draft
Futures Slide As Chinese Stocks Crash, Bitcoin Surges Ahead Of Fed 2021/07/26 11:57:10 Zero Hedge
Futures Slide As Chinese Stocks Crash, Bitcoin Surges Ahead Of Fed Futures started off the week on the wrong foot, sliding overnight from Friday''s record high before recovering some losses as Chinese stocks crashed on multiple parallel crackdowns by Beijing (more on this shortly), souring global bullish sentiment while cryptos exploded higher further kicking Keynesian apes in the groin. All of this is happening ahead of the busiest week of Q2 earnings season and Thursday''s FOMC meeting, while a majority of traders are rushing to catch some rays ahead of the next round of covid lockdowns/vote-purchasing stimmies. S&P 500 E-minis were down 11.00 points, or 0.25%, at 715 a.m. ET. Dow E-minis were down 131 points, or 0.37%, while Nasdaq 100 E-minis were down 21.75 points, or 0.14%. Treasuries pushed higher, with the 10-year real yield hitting a record-low -1.127%. The dollar fluctuated and oil declined below $72 a barrel. The culprit for the risk off was China and HK, where shares tumbled amid a selloff in education tech companies after Beijing announced sweeping reforms of the industry, souring sentiment at the start of a week packed with tech earnings.
Westpac funds hit with $3m fines 2021/07/26 08:25:00 The Courier-Mail Australia
Westpac-owned BT Funds Management and Asgard Capital have been fined a total of $3m after they charged fees for no service and misled hundreds of clients about the charges.
Australia based BNPL Fintech Afterpay to Offer a Money and Lifestyle App with Assistance from Westpac 2021/07/22 01:27:46 Crowdfund Insider
Australia-based Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) Fintech Afterpay (ASX:APT) says it will be diversifying its business operations with the introduction of a money and lifestyle app. The Money app has been developed following Afterpays partnership with Westpac. Through their collaboration, Afterpay is able to operate Read More The post Australia based BNPL Fintech Afterpay to Offer a Money and Lifestyle App with Assistance from Westpac appeared first on Crowdfund Insider .
Should you buy Westpac (ASX:WBC) shares in July for the dividend yield? 2021/07/21 21:38:00 The Motley Fool Australia
Is this banking giant in the buy zone for income investors? The post Should you buy Westpac (ASX:WBC) shares in July for the dividend yield? appeared first on The Motley Fool Australia .
Administrators near sale of Forum unit, as Westpac confirmed as largest creditor 2021/07/21 13:17:03 Lawyerly
Save(0) Please login to bookmark Username or Email Address Password Remember Me Administrators have lined up a buyer for a Forum Group entity, as a  Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Username or Email Address Password Remember Me Lost your password? Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial. The post Administrators near sale of Forum unit, as Westpac confirmed as largest creditor appeared first on Lawyerly .
EXCLUSIVE: Westpac recruiting key ASIC legal figures 2021/07/21 06:52:13 Big News Network
Westpac, one of the nation''s most corrupt major companies, has been aggressively recruiting prosecutors, lawyers and investigators from among the corporate regulator''s top brass, raising concerns t