NAB's loans without guarantees driving growth, says exec

Prospa last week pulled its planned Australian Securities Exchange float in the wake of discussions with the corporate regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), over the terms of its contracts.


Nomura Readies Brexit Move

The German entity Nomura Financial Products Europe GmbH, will be staffed by personnel from London and local hires.


BNZ faces more than 30 claims after outage

BNZ promised to ensure customers were not out of pocket for the outage which has been blamed on a power failure in Australia affecting the data centre run by its parent company National Australia Bank.


ANZ Bank sells NZ life insurer for $645m

ANZ on Wednesday said it would make a $NZ50 million gain on the sale, which would slightly improve its group-wide common equity tier 1 capital ratio, by 5 basis points.


Nomura’s Views on the ISS Report

Continuing on from last year, Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. has issued a recommendation to vote against the proposal.


UBS Picks a Side in Anbang

The power grab is part of a wide-ranging crackdown on corruption in China, and the winding down Anbang's myriad holdings around the world is a showcase piece of the process.