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  • NAB posts strong March-half growth

    NAB (ASX:NAB) lifted its March-half cash profit 21.7% to $2.7 billion, as revenue and market share gains outbalanced increased expenses for the period

    Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling05 May 11 18:34
  • NAB announces executive shake-up

    NAB has revealed it will scrap the post of deputy CEO, and appoint a new UK head, in response to the imminent resignations of two executives

    Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling16 March 11 17:12
  • NAB reports online banking login issues

    The National Australia Bank (NAB) is reporting issues with its online banking portal and directing customers to use its phone banking system as an alternate.

    Written by Tim Lohman31 Jan. 11 14:08
  • NAB CEO offers IT system issues explanation

    National Australia Bank (NAB) chief executive, Cameron Clyne, has sought to reassure shareholders that the bank is on top of the recent IT issues which saw millions of people stranded without cash for days.

    Written by Tim Lohman16 Dec. 10 11:20
  • NAB updates IT issues

    National Australia Bank (NAB) has provided an update to its current IT issues, informing customers that delays in payments are expected to be cleared up late tonight or early tomorrow morning.

    Written by Diana Nguyen26 Nov. 10 11:11
  • AMP makes new bid for AXA APH assets

    AMP (ASX:AMP) has submitted a new bid for the Aus/NZ assets of AXA Asia-Pacific (ASX:AXA) in a deal valuing the whole of the latter at $13.3b

    Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling15 Nov. 10 18:16
  • Westpac delays core banking integration to focus on customer facing technologies

    Westpac's group executive for technology, Bob McKinnon, has outlined the bank’s technology strategy during the groups IT and productivity update, including the decision to delay the integration of its core systems with St George Bank’s Hogan platform until 2014. Instead, the bank will focus on customer facing technologies.

    Written by Georgina Swan08 Oct. 10 12:31
  • NAB uses collaboration to cut travel expenses by 40 per cent

    The National Australia Bank has cut its travel expenses by 40 per cent by implementing collaborative technology across its 1,808 branches and service centres across Australia and overseas. Chief technology officer, Thor Essman, told delegates at Tandberg’s Visual Communications Summit that the band had changed its use of technology over the past two and a half years.

    Written by Lisa Banks06 May 10 18:18