BSP leads drive to a cash-lite economy

Now, the central bank’s more than 3,000 employees in its headquarters in Manila will experience the convenience and value of going digital when paying with their mobile phones through PayMaya QR or using the PayMaya card.


Trading Blows by Gary Dugan

Trade wars reflect two bigger geopolitical challenges facing financial markets, the rise of populism and a shift to multi-polar economic and political leadership in the world.


Lawyers slams life insurers in Royal Commission

The law firm detailed a number of cases in its submission whereby super funds and insures breached their claims obligations and named the "main culprits" - the "worst" being AIA, CommInsure and TAL.


ANZ to Pay for Wealth Flaws

As part of the enforceable undertaking, an independent expert will be appointed to provide an assurance ANZ has delivered the documented client reviews since 2014


Bollywood shudders at Salman Khan's sentencing

In the past decade or so, Salman has mega hits like "Ek Tha Tiger" and its sequel "Tiger Zinda Hai", then "Dabangg" and "Dabangg 2", besides "Sultan" and "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" among several others


FASEA standards still lacking: FPA

At this stage, Kendall believes the education standard "does not give sufficient recognition to financial advisers who have completed a degree and undertaken additional studies in financial planning."