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Tech Fintech challenges Veda, Dun & Bradstreet

But CreditMe's primary customer is the small business rather than the bank, so it will get access to all their financials, which it claims will make for a more accurate assessment more akin to the big ratings agencies.Typically, an SME will go to their bank to ask for a loan, with a small number considering the numerous online alternatives that have cropped up in recent years.But CreditMe . It gives them a credit rating and then advises them on which lenders would be the best for them .
Financial Review
03/05
36 Points
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Will investors sell in May and go away?

While banks have weighed heavily on the ASX in recent months, a rebound in commodity prices has boosted the big miners, with BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto up over 40 per cent. But should the banks experience a dramatic sell-off in May, analysts are wary of the commodity rally having enough in the tank to make up for a sell-off."Any company upgrades thanks to a rebound in commodity prices could definitely support the market," says Mr Wood.
Financial Review
02/05
21 Points

Will investors sell in May and go away?

But should the banks experience a dramatic sell-off in May, analysts are wary of the commodity rally having enough in the tank to make up for a sell-off."Any company upgrades thanks to a rebound in commodity prices could definitely support the market," says Mr Wood. "But the reason rates are getting cut is because the economy isn't doing so well. That's going to weigh on shares overall."  .
The Age
02/05
3 Points
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Tech Strong Tegel float could help hatch Inghams IPO

Bankers have started the process of pitching on the $1 billion-plus IPO of private equity-backed poultry producer Inghams.
Financial Review
01/05
28 Points
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Tech Scottish Pacific moves forward on first-half float plans

The collapse of retailer Dick Smith also dented perceptions about private equity-led floats.
Financial Review
01/05
21 Points
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Tech Commonwealth Bank analyst Andrew McLennan heads to Macquarie

Former Commonwealth Bank of Australia analyst Andrew McLennan is set to join Macquarie Securities, sources told Street Talk.McLennan, a retail, food and beverage analyst, started at CBA in late 2011 after a stint at MIR Investment Management, according to his LinkedIn profile. He is among analysts that had to find new homes after CBA told the market in December it was exiting the institutional equities sector. The bank has formed an alliance with Goldman Sachs.
Financial Review
28/04
37 Points
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Goldman Sachs advises HanesBrands on Pacific Brands tilt

There is also likely to be a divestment if the transaction is consummated. HanesBrands outlined on Thursday that it considered the Tontine and Dunlop flooring businesses as having limited strategic fit. Macquarie Capital and Herbert Smith Freehills are advising Pacific Brands. Macquarie's Darren Keogh and David Mustow are on hand for Pacific Brands. The bid was pitched at $1.15 per share in cash, representing a 22 per cent premium to the company's last closing price.
Financial Review
28/04
18 Points
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Tech Goldman Sachs, Canaccord launch $50m NetComm Wireless placement

Financial Review
20/04
20 Points
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Money Wall St: US shares rise modestly amid mixed profits

ABC
20/04
20 Points
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Tech Wilson HTM outlines Mark Bryan hire as part of shakeup

Wilson HTM has hired Mark Bryan as head of research, as part of a string appointments at the broking and advisory firm.A memo sent to staff by boss Brad Gale, and obtained by Street Talk, said Bryan would begin in the role on July 1.  His experience includes proprietary trading at Goldman Sachs JBWere, hedge fund sales at JPMorgan and time as a director at CBA cash equities.The hiring at Wilson HTM follows the departure of a group of eight brokers who headed to rival Bell Potter in February.
Financial Review
18/04
38 Points
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Goldman Sachs pays $7b for role in global financial crisis

The report noted that the home lender's March 2006 loan origination volume had exceeded forecasts, the settlement filing said."If they only knew ?" responded Goldman's due diligence chief who had overseen the six problematic loan pools.Investors weren't told about the problem involving Countrywide, which was later taken over by Bank of America.Similarly, investigators found that Goldman did not alert buyers about risks found in loan pools originated by several other mortgage originators.
Financial Review
12/04
17 Points
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