The big banks have pledged to crack down on the misselling of credit cards, but these "commitments" are voluntarily and cannot be legally enforced by ASIC.
Malaysia files criminal charges against Goldman Sachs and two former executives for their role in the alleged multi-billion-dollar ransacking of state investment fund 1MDB.
Australia's corporate regulator launches legal action in a bid to the force troubled financial services giant to hand over documents related to the company's fee-for-no-service scandal.
When the ANZ admitted it had tried to manipulate the Bank Bill Swap rate last year, it insisted only a "small number of traders" were involved — but new documents reveal senior management were aware of, and involved in, the scandal.
Westpac shareholders send an overwhelming message of dissatisfaction, with more than half voting against the bank's remuneration report.
The Commonwealth Bank uncovers another batch of surprise costs relating to long-standing behavioural issues and plans to offload some of its problem wealth management and insurance businesses.
Existing interest-only borrowers subsidised the big banks' revenue to the tune of more than a billion dollars over the past year after they were hit with a "synchronised" rate rise by the big four.
Buyers of off-the-plan apartments have been caught in a double whammy of stricter borrowing rules and falling property prices.
As Australia heads towards being a cashless society, it's a common occurrence for people use each other's bank cards to pay for goods. While it is legal, we asked you how you feel about it. Here's what you said.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority only began at the start of November, but it has already been flooded with more than 6,500 complaints — that's an average of 310 every business day.