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Commonwealth Bank of Australia is a banking company. The Company provides financial services, including retail, business and institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, general insurance, broking services and finance company activities. The Company's segments include Retail Banking Services, which provides home loan, consumer finance and retail deposit products; Business and Private Banking, which provides banking services to relationship managed business and agribusiness customers; Institutional Banking and Markets, which services its corporate, institutional and government clients; Wealth Management segment, which includes platform administration, and general insurance businesses; New Zealand, which includes the banking and funds management businesses operating in New Zealand; Bankwest, which offers a range of deposit products, and IFS and Other Divisions, which includes the Asian retail and business banking operations.
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Catherine B. Livingstone
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Matt Peter Comyn
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Group Executive - Financial Services and Chief Financial Officer
Group Executive - Enterprise Services and Chief Information Officer
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Economists at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) <CBA.AX> expect the country's central bank to hold interest rates at a record low 0.25% at its Oct. 6 board meeting, in contrast to calls for a cut from its two major rivals.
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Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) <CBA.AX> said on Thursday a class action lawsuit had been filed over commissions paid to its former subsidiary and advice given by it on financial products including insurance.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) <CBA.AX> said on Friday a class action lawsuit was filed over advice given on life insurance policies issued and recommended by three former subsidiaries.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) <CBA.AX> slashed its annual dividend by more than half to the maximum payout allowed by regulators, even as bad loan provisions amid the coronavirus pandemic drove its annual cash profit below market expectations.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) said on Thursday it is making additional provisions of A$300 million ($215.67 million) in its annual results to remediate customers across its aligned advice businesses.
Australia's corporate regulator filed a lawsuit against No. 1 lender Commonwealth Bank of Australia <CBA.AX>, accusing it of improperly collecting commission to sell the products of its pension arm to hundreds of thousands of customers.
Australia's corporate regulator said on Tuesday it commenced civil penalty proceedings against Commonwealth Bank of Australia and its wealth management unit over alleged conflicted remuneration paid in distribution of a superannuation product.
A federal court has ordered Commonwealth Bank of Australia to pay a A$5 million ($3.49 million) penalty for overcharging customers and underpaying interest on one of its financial products, the country's corporate regulator said.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia <CBA.AX> said on Wednesday it booked A$1.5 billion ($970 million) in provisions in the third quarter to cover future pandemic-related loan losses and that it had sold a majority stake in its wealth management unit to KKR.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia <CBA.AX> said on Wednesday it will sell a 55% stake in unit Colonial First State to private equity firm KKR <KKR.N> for A$1.7 billion ($1.10 billion), in line with plans to focus on its core banking operations.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia said on Wednesday that it set aside A$1.5 billion ($971.25 million) to cover expected loan losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, while third-quarter cash profit fell 23.5%.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia on Friday joined two of its Big Four peers in deferring repayment of home loans for up to six months, as the country grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia said it will defer repayment of home loans for up to six months and announced additional support measures for small businesses, as the country grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia will cut interest rates for small business and household customers, after the central bank's second rate cut this month to battle a coronavirus outbreak, the lender said on Thursday.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia cut interest rates for small business and household customers on Thursday after the country's central bank cut rates for a second time this month and ventured into quantitative easing to tackle the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
Australia's corporate regulator said on Tuesday it has filed a civil lawsuit against Commonwealth Bank of Australia's <CBA.AX> pension unit for deceptive product communication, in a case that follows a government-ordered inquiry into the financial sector.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the country's biggest lender, posted a 4.3% fall in half-year cash earnings on Wednesday, as record low interest rates and rising costs pressured its margins.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia said on Friday it would make a A$83 million ($56.76 million) provision for insurance claims from the recent bushfires across the country.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia said on Thursday it had raised its stake in Swedish buy now, pay later (BNPL) firm Klarna with a $200 million investment and launched the payment provider's services in Australia.
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