The death of vertical integration continues apace as the Commonwealth moves to demerge its financial advice and wealth management arms.
Crikey readers debate the stand Michelle Guthrie has taken for the ABC, and pile onto David "The Dinosaur" Murray.
David Murray's self-interested warnings to the banking royal commission not to go too far would leave Australians at the mercy of a badly warped financial planning industry.
The closure of Dover Financial illustrates that only tough regulatory decisions lie ahead for financial planning.
JPMorgan is reported to have received immunity in exchange for turning on ANZ. That's worth some examination.
Good morning, early birds. Criminal cartel charges are expected to be filed against ANZ as early as tomorrow. Plus, big divisions in the Labor Party over asylum seekers. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. Pauline Hanson has backflipped on the government's corporate tax cuts. Plus: the first day back at Senate Estimates and the banking royal commission really delivers. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
A huge expose from Reclaim Australia. No crisis at the NMA. Plus: oh lordy, that is not what 'Hallelujah' is about...
David Murray thought regulating bank culture was Nazism, there was no need for a royal commission and the banks are regulated too heavily. As incoming chair of AMP, maybe his views have now changed, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane wonder.