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New fashionable fintech letting Aussies ‘tap-and-go’ with their gym towels


Alex Ritchie

Alex Ritchie

( 2 min read )

Volt, PayPal join forces for shared accounts


Alex Ritchie

Alex Ritchie

( 2 min read )

Digital bank Up turns, well, up


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 2 min read )

“Unacceptable delays” in financial breach reporting, says ASIC


Bria Horne

Bria Horne

( 3 min read )

Westpac, Siri come together for spoken iPhone banking

iPhone owners have probably asked Siri for directions once or twice, but if they’re also Westpac customers, they can now get Siri involved in online banking.


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 2 min read )

ANZ gives power of ATM cards to smartphones, smartwatches

ANZ customers already get access to pretty much every smartphone wallet under the sun, and now they can do something else: give you physical cash.


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 2 min read )

Goodbye credit cards: smartphone payments increase popularity

An increasing number of Australians are ditching their wallets at the checkout and opting more and more for smartphone payments, according to research from Commonwealth Bank.


Alex Ritchie

Alex Ritchie

( 2 min read )

ATO using tech to pay refunds – and catch cheats

The Australian Taxation Office has used new analytics and data-matching technology to increase the speed and accuracy of its tax assessment process.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 2 min read )

New $50 notes to hit streets in mid-October

Get your wallets ready for a fresh batch of the folding stuff – Australia’s new $50 notes are rolling out from 18 October 2018, as part of a strategy to foil counterfeiters.


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 3 min read )

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