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CEOs reveal long-term growth concerns

 

by Robin Christie | 01 Dec 2015
A study of global business leaders has revealed a worrying gap in the capability of organisations to maintain long-term growth.

According to a report released yesterday by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) on behalf of British Standards Institution (BSI), just under one-third of survey

Diwali / Deppavali – Festival of Lights

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Diwali / Deepavali

Diwali (or Deepavali, the “festival of lights”) is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn (northern hemisphere) or Spring (southern hemisphere) every year. Diwali is one of the largest and brightest festivals in India. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of good over

Finally Australia will educate the school students for their future

By: Jeff Mazzini| Tags:

Phonics, faith and coding for primary school kids

THE AUSTRALIAN SEPTEMBER 19, 2015 12:00AM

Natasha Bita

National correspondent
Brisbane
Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne says the changes would resolve ‘overcrowding’ in the primary school curriculum.

Australia’s “Christian heritage’’ will be taught in schools in a slimmed-down national curriculum that focuses on phonics to ­improve children’s

Embrace digital disruption or fall behind

 

by Robin Christie | 11 Aug 2015
In today’s age of digital disruption, it’s not good enough for financial services companies to only ring the changes when regulators force their hands.

According to State Super Financial Services (SSFS) General Manager of Financial Planning, Sean Bradley, financial services firms need to recognise

THE TEACHER AS A NATION BUILDER

  Source the Writing Collection of Dowell Ighohwo Oba, Nigeria

The teacher can be rightly called a nation builder. Teachers through their perseverance, love and sacrifices has shown us the right path in which great men and women have built our nation. It is our dear teachers who mould our

Transactional relationships no longer suffice in digital world

 

by Elizabeth Fry | 03 Aug 2015
Australia’s financial institutions are doing a fair enough job when it comes to delivering a decent digital experience to their customers, with Suncorp the industry standout, according to a new study by technology giant, SAP.

Incidentally, Suncorp Insurance – which topped the cross-sectoral performance

Ethical literacy program to tackle financial advice

 

by Andrew Starke | 29 Jul 2015
The Ethics Centre has announced the release of a program in Ethical Literacy to equip people working across the Australia’s embattled financial advice industry with the skills and knowledge necessary to make ethically sound decisions.

The program has been developed with funding support from

Indian Life insurance market clocks 20% growth in Q1

After witnessing de-growth since 2010, the life insurance industry rebounded in the first quarter of the fiscal recording a robust 20 per cent growth in new premium income.

The sector mopped up Rs 23,570 crore during the April-June period riding on group single premium policies.

The industry as a whole sold

Diversity, financial literacy crucial for business: Narev

 

by Robin Christie | 23 Jul 2015
Promoting a diverse workforce and a financially literate nation aren’t just ethical objectives – they’re good for business, says Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) CEO, Ian Narev.

Speaking at a recent leadership lunch hosted by Deloitte and the Financial Services Council (FSC) in Sydney,

Crowd funding lessons from NZ

By: Jeff Mazzini| Tags:

 

by Robin Christie | 23 Jul 2015
New Zealand’s regulation of the burgeoning crowdfunding industry offers interesting lessons on striking the balance between safety and innovation.

Writing in the latest issue of Jassa, The Finsia Journal of Applied Finance, Senior Lecturer at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology Department of Business, James

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