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Govt puts industry funds expenditures in RC spotlight

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    01 December, 2017 

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Terms of reference reveal real targets of Royal Commission

The real objectives of the Government’s Banking and Financial Services Royal Commission have been revealed in its draft terms of reference For more

Consumers still distrusting of planners despite results

New research from Roy Morgan has confirmed consumers remain confused about financial planners, distrusting their ethics and honesty but happy to pocket the results of good advice. For more

Planning and accounting practices to merge

Planning and accounting practices will merge to better serve their clients, according to Australian Wealth Solutions. For more

ASIC overviews licensing registration

ASIC has published a report with its approach and assessment of licence applications and professional registrations for the period July, 2016 to June, 2017. For more

Another super fund removes under 18 insurance default

Big retail industry superannuation fund REST has become the latest fund to remove default insurance cover for members aged 18. For more

Globalisation impacting sustainability of super returns

Globalisation, the rise of China and the end of the resources boom will all serve to challenge the ability of Australian superannuation to derive appropriate investment returns. For more


Navigating bonds with rising interest rates

Orchestrated moves by central banks around the globe to cut interest rates to help stimulate economic growth have benefited bond investors, Russel Chesler writes. For more


Seeking a ministerial presence

Outsider tips his cap to the Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer who has been successfully balancing the demands of motherhood with the running of a tricky portfolio. For more

O little town of Plannerland

O little town of Plannerland, how regulated we see thee lie For more
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