Money News: Highlights
Money News: Highlights
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg: The JobKeeper Package
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg reveals details of the massive $130 billion JobKeeper package.
Money News: Full Show Monday 30th March 2020
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Money News - Full Show Friday 27th March 2020
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Solomon Lew pulls on the gloves in stoush with landlords
Australia's biggest retail tenant, billionaire Solomon Lew, has vowed not to pay rent while his stores remain shut due to the coronavirus. AFR Chanticleer columnist James Thomson joins Brooke Corte.
Commonwealth Bank bombarded with customer calls
Australia's oldest bank is receiving nine times the normal volume of calls from customers in coronavirus induced financial stress. Mark Jones is the Commonwealth Bank's Executive General Manager of the Customer Service Network and joins Brooke Corte.
Money News - Full Show Thursday 26th March 2020
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Gutted Ross, your now off the Air No more Podcasts
Ross, The Value you have given us has been priceless. I never listen to many podcasts until I listened to you 3 years ago.
We will all miss you dearly, You in my opinion are the only one I would ever listen to regarding our economy, you explained it so well. I wish you all the very best for the future and I know you will pop up somewhere in the future.
How about writing a book I’d be right up there
in line to buy it lol 😂
Good luck and Merry Christmas for 2019.
Have a well earned break after 10 years you deserve it. The new boss will regret losing you.
What should Westpac do next?
Next time you speak with Brian Hartzer, ask his what provisioning has been allocated to the Securitor and Magnitude networks for client remediation??
Westpac/BT are still trying to assess how to measure their potential liability because for the past 4 years (since ASIC Notice 515 issued in 2015) they have been attempting to short circuit their responsibilities by ‘sample testing’ in numerous ways. These have been frustrating for staff and planners because it’s taken enormous resources and been completely unsuccessful. Having now ceased the AFSL’s and all planning businesses have disbanded to other licences, BT’s ability to access this information is extremely limited - they did not maintain any records or insist on advice/client records be kept in a consistent or measurable system until around 2017. 515 requires information back to 2008!!
It cannot be done accurately or in a timely manner.
So - Brian, what are you doing about this??
Informative, interesting, good research and relevant financial news.