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Are bank-owned funds simply in it for the margins?

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   21 February, 2018

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Are bank-owned funds only in it for the margins?

The Productivity Commission has been told that bank-controlled retail superannuation funds are operating under a model designed to maintain control and capture margins. For more

AMP pays $14.7 million in compensation

Australia’s five largest banking and financial services institutions have paid a further $21.4 million to customers who suffered losses as a result of non-compliant conduct by financial advisers. For more

Fund Manager of the Year Finalists announced

Money Management and Lonsec have announced the finalists for the 2017 Fund Manager of the Year Awards. For more

How do US equities actually stack up?

Data from FE Analytics has revealed that hype around the US Equity sector’s performance over the last year is largely well-founded, with the sector continuing the outperformance of its Australian counterpart that it has largely maintained since the Global Financial Crisis. For more

EQT announces strong profit lift

EQT Holdings Limited announces a 33 per cent increase in net profit after tax. For more

Investment Centre Revamp

The Money Management website has launched new enhancements to its Investment Centre platform. For more

Veritum Equity Income Fund added to BT Wrap

The Vertium Equity Income Fund has been added to BT Wrap. For more

Enforceable Undertakings accepted for AFS licence

Two directors of financial services company, One Investment Services, have entered into an enforceable undertaking with ASIC following misconduct in their application for an Australian financial services (AFS) licence. For more

Tax efficient investing benefits super balances

Contrary to popular belief, tax efficient investing actually leads to larger super fund balances than creating a portfolio with a pre-tax focus, according to Parametric. For more


TBAR - another industry acronym

David Barrett looks at the new Transfer Balanced Account Report requirements and how they will impact self-managed superannuation funds. For more


A time of change: maximising SMSF investments and reform

As long-anticipated reforms to self-managed superannuation fund contributions and reporting take effect, advisers need to consider how SMSFs invest, Hannah Wootton writes. For more

The times may suit active management

With growing volatility on the horizon, managers discuss how a reversal of macroeconomic trends would impact active management, Oksana Patron writes. For more
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