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Data, Technology and Competition: The Uncertain Future for Banking and Regulation
  • by Stephen P. King
  • Wed 27 Mar
  • Issue 2

Banking it is claimed is facing a period of disruption and uncertainty. Technological advances, it is argued will transform the industry and sweep away old institutions.

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The Demise in the Craft of SME Banking
  • by Joseph Healy
  • Wed 27 Mar
  • Issue 2

This paper argues that there has been a market failure in the provision of bank debt to the small-to-mediumsized-enterprise (SME) sector.

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Open for Better - Applying Open Banking to Small Business Banking
  • by Scott Farrell
  • Wed 27 Mar
  • Issue 2

In Australia, Open Banking is to be the first part of the Consumer Data Right, a more general right being created for consumers to control their data, including who can have it and who can use it.

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Developments in Corporate Debt Capital Markets: Bond Funding Opportunities Evolve for Australian Corporates
  • by Brad Scott
  • Issue 2

In recent years, Australian corporates in line with their global peers have been beneficiaries of significant advancements in the availability, sources of and cost of accessing term debt capital to fund their businesses.

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Emerging trends in business finance: AFIA perspective
  • by Helen Gordon
  • Issue 2

The focus of this paper is on debt finance available to small to medium-sized business customers [SMEs] offered by members of the Australian Finance Industry Association [AFIA].

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The value of momentum to active managers and planned sponsors in Australia
  • by Andrew Grant, Hamish Malloch, Professor Steve Satchel
  • Issue 1

In this paper we present some details of momentum investment hopefully of interest to fund managers and planned sponsors.

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Is qualitative analysis of fund managers a reliable indicator of future relative return?
  • by John Evans
  • Issue 1

Quantitative analysis of fund manager performance has been seen for some time as not being a reliable predictor of future performance.

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