Finance Industry

Nurse’s testimony to banking royal commission sobering comment on finance sector

If there is one case study that really gets to the heart of the deep-rooted problems in Australia’s financial advice sector, revealed in the past fortnight’s sensational banking royal commission hearings, it is that of Melbourne-based registered nurse Jacqueline McDowall. Fighting back tears, McDowall told the commission of feeling “humiliated” and “stupid” after acting on the dud financial advice she and her husband received from a Westpac-employed financial planner. Jacqueline McDowall fights back tears in the witness box.  The McDowalls sold…

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Politics over economy- The New Indian Express

Express News Service BHUBANESWAR:  Even before the State Government has started preparation of the memorandum to be submitted to the 15th Finance Commission which is likely to visit Odisha later this year, politics has taken over a purely financial matter with the BJD and BJP taking opposite sides. The bone of contention is the terms of the reference (TOR) of the Commission with a mandate to use population figures of 2011 census instead of 1971 census. While the opposition started…

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Medicaid cuts bring financial hardship to residential care centers – News – Hannibal Courier – Post – Hannibal, MO

State legislation being discussed that could restore funding Trevor McDonald Hannibal Courier-Post reporter @HCP_Trevor Nursing homes and other residential care facilities in the Show-Me State are dealing with reduced budgets following a cut to Medicaid rates in August 2017 — resulting in cutbacks in certain areas to ensure their finances remain balanced. Representatives from Beth Haven Retirement Community, Willow Care Center, Levering Regional Health Care Center and Maple Lawn Nursing Home have joined together to lobby in Jefferson City…

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Sciarappa Farm purchase poses financial hurdles | News

WILMINGTON — If Wil­mington voters elect to purchase the Sciarappa Farm property, financial questions regarding the transaction may linger. The Sciarappa Farm parcel is located in the northern portion of town, along the border with Andover. At Town Meeting, residents will vote on whether the Town of Wilmington will purchase the parcel as part of a Spe­cial Town Meeting incorporated into the regular Town Meeting procedure. At the Wilmington Board of Selectmen meeting on April 9, the board sat down…

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Christian and Johnson relocation delayed by financial hurdles – The Orion

Plans for a local landmark floral shop, Christian & Johnson Flowers and Gifts, to relocate from its current location have been delayed this week. As previously reported, the gift shop had planned to move from their downtown location after over 100 years to a new location at a townhouse on East 1st and Neal Dow Avenue, citing a need to grow in size. The business stated this Wednesday through its Facebook post that the shop is now facing “a very…

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Two red flags to spot a dodgy financial adviser

So let’s consider the question of whether you should start – or keep – a self-managed fund. Running your own super fund is not as simple as it sounds. It involves three major jobs: administration (doing the paperwork), investment (deciding where to place the money) and insurance (arranging appropriate cover for your circumstances). If you can handle these tasks with ease, you are well on your way, but there are five major factors that should influence your decision. First, the…

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Campus Notebook: Loras second in finance competition; Regis gets $10 million

Editor’s Note: Welcome to NCR’s college roundup, where every Friday we bring you the latest news in Catholic college and university life. Do you have news you would like to share? Email James Dearie at jdearie@ncronline.org. UNITED STATES — The Jesuit universities of the United States have expressed their solidarity with the Jesuit-run Central American University in Nicaragua this week. Violence has erupted in Nicaragua after student protests against changes to the country’s social security system were put down by government forces…

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Finance Ministry admits ex-top bureaucrat sexually harassed reporter

The Finance Ministry acknowledged Friday that its former top bureaucrat sexually harassed a female reporter, and slapped him with a 20 percent pay cut for six months. But former Vice Finance Minister Junichi Fukuda denied the sexual harassment allegations made by a weekly magazine during the ministry’s probe, though he confirmed that he had met her in person, ministry officials said. After the pay cut amounting to 1.41 million yen, Fukuda’s retirement benefits will come to 51.78 million yen. His…

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Weight Loss Surgery Benefits, Medical and Financial, Bolstered by New UK National Health Services Study, says Dr. Feiz & Associates

The Los Angeles area weight loss clinic comments on a recent news story that, while all surgeries cost money, the expense on a weight loss surgery should be seen by both insurers and patients as an investment in the future that will likely pay off. LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) April 27, 2018 An April 19 article on News Medical reports on a study in the British Journal of Surgery (BJS) which found evidence that weight loss procedures may have led to…

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Sundaram Finance Ltd Fixes May 11, 2018 as Record Date for Interim Dividend

Sundaram Finance Ltd has fixed May 11, 2018 as the Record Date for the purpose of Payment of Interim Dividend. The Dividend will be paid on May 22, 2018. Shares of SUNDARAM FINANCE LTD. was last trading in BSE at Rs.1779.95 as compared to the previous close of Rs. 1772.65. The total number of shares traded during the day was 1224 in over 221 trades. The stock hit an intraday high of Rs. 1800.05 and intraday low of 1735.1. The…

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Nobel Prize in Literature in peril as Swedish Academy rocked by sex, financial scandals

Welcome to The National Today newsletter, which takes a closer look at what’s happening around some of the day’s most notable stories. Sign up here and it will be delivered directly to your inbox Monday to Friday. TODAY: Nobel Prize in Literature may be postponed or cancelled altogether this year as the committee overseeing it is rocked by sexual and financial misconduct scandals Britain, Canada strike deal on what to do with artifacts, ships from doomed Franklin expedition Donald Trump is scheduled to make…

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Provident Financial Holdings’ (PROV) CEO Craig Blunden on Q3 2018 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

Provident Financial Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:PROV) Q3 2018 Results Conference Call April 26, 2018 12:00 PM ET Executives Craig Blunden – Chairman and CEO Donavon Ternes – President, COO and CFO Analysts Tim O’Brien – Sandler O’Neill Operator Ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much for standing by. And welcome to the Third Quarter Earnings Conference Call. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode. Later, we will conduct a question-and-answer session and instructions will be given to you…

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DOI in strong financial position: auditor

What Happened at Invermere Council This Week? By Carol Gordon The regular meeting of District of Invermere (DOI) council was held on Tuesday, April 24 at 7 p.m. in the Municipal Office. In attendance were: Mayor Gerry Taft and Councillors: Greg Anderson, Paul Denchuk, Al Miller and Justin Atterbury. Staff present were: Chris Prosser, Chief Administrative Officer; Kindry Luyendyk, Corporate Officer and Karen Cote, Director of Finance Gallery: Six people PETITIONS AND DELEGATIONS BDO Canada LLP (Binder Dijker Otte &…

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