Perpetual Ltd, a fund manager in Australia, announced today that its chief executive officer David Deverall has resigned from the company citing personal reasons. The shares of Perpetual fell over 1.5% in today’s trading. However, Perpetual today reaffirmed its annual profit guidance for the year to June 30, 2010.
Yesterday the Melbourne based Sonray Capital Markets group, which was known in the growing yet divisive market for derivative trading instruments, has tumbled in trading hours soon as Ferrier Hodgson was appointed as the administrator on Tuesday.
Networking expert, Ciena has set up shop in New Zealand and Australia, which is prompted by its acquisition of Nortel Networks' metro Ethernet business in the wake of Nortel's insolvency. Previous Nortel offices in the two nations are now Ciena ones.
The Bank of New Zealand's novel software-based technology for lessening credit-card deception is being rolled out in Australia by its parent Company, National Australia Bank.
This is a New Zealand innovation, and we are in the procedure of extending it into Australia, said BNZ Chief Information Officer, Peter Yarrington.
The confidence of workers about their future and current prospects has increased in the June quarter, with the reinforcement of unemployment statistics that are more likely to continue to fall, over the next two quarters.
The confidence index of The Westpac McDermott Miller augmented 4.5 points over the March quarter to stand at 108.2.
New details have surfaced revealing just how investment biggie ING and the ANZ bank might have deceived 13,000 investors.
Grievances regarding a financial plan resulted in a record $45 million arrangement, and that figure might still increase, with the banking regulator trailing a large number of claims.