Richard Gluyas is an influencer figure in the journalism world.
He is a successful business correspondent and has more than 30 years of experience in reporting on the top corporate as well as business identities.
He has also worked as a business editor in the past. Currently, he is employed by The Australian as a Business Correspondent.
Wife and Children
There is information on his personal life but there is almost no information on his private life.
He must be a married man and must have wife and children but there are no details about it.
He has managed to earn good amount of money as he has been working in top level from more than 30 years now.
However, his exact net worth is not available right now and will be updated soon.
He is a very intellectual man and he uses Twitter to spread valuable news and information.
He has recently tweeted about reserve cracks whip on payment. He has captioned this tweet as,
"The slow rollout of services on the real-time payments platform has prompted the RBA to call for a sanctions scheme, including financial penalties, if participants fail to roll out core services within a specified time #payments @ausfintech #ausbiz."
Here is another hot topic he has caught and it is about banks and their interest rates. He has captioned this tweet as,
"Making a buck not so easy for banks with interest rates on the floor, and why the next rate cut will make it even harder for banks and customers #ausbiz #auspol #property #ratecut."
He has contributed a lot to The Australian.
He has recently written on this title called Afterpay: from triumph to tragedy and it is a must read. It is available at The Australian's official website.
He has also written about financial planner and he has titled it as Exodus of financial planners.
He has also recently tweeted about RAMS lenders bleat over loan loss. He has recently tweeted and he has captioned this Tweet as," Tensions are rising between RAMS franchisees and Westpac over the parent’s deletion of a low-doc loan to self-employed borrowers that accounted for about 40 per cent of franchisee lending flows #property #ausbiz @Westpac."
Here is another valuable tweet from him about the property slumps. He has captioned this tweet as,
"Slump in Syd and Melb house prices will continue for 6 to 12 months due to weak consumer and business sentiment, despite the likelihood of the RBA cutting official interest rates today, according to Standard & Poor’s #property #ausbiz #auspol."
His email ID is email@example.com and he can be emailed for professional and business purposes.
Wiki of Richard Gluyas
His exact date of birth is not available right now and this makes it very difficult to judge his age.
He might be around 55 to 60s but this is only an assumption.