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CBA planners lose FirstChoice grandfathering

  Jun 15, 2015 

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Planners lose grandfathering on FirstChoice

Financial planners have been told they are to lose the grandfathered remuneration status of super to pension transfers under FirstChoice. Read more

Challenger enters super annuity alliance

Challenger enters alliance with administrator AAS to deliver annuity products to major super funds. Read more

Advocacy group decries Astarra de-registration

The move by liquidator PPB Advisory to de-register a managed investment scheme Trio Capital invested in has been labelled “disastrous” by the Victims of Financial Fraud. Read more

Industry fund moves into financial advice

Queensland industry fund QSuper launched an online financial advice tool, and an online dashboard, indicating a shift into financial advice. Read more

First time buyer investors finding it tough

Property buyers looking to make their first home purchase an investment face more challenges than other investors, research reveals. Read more

Platform sector growth defies market

The overall investment platform sector has grown more than 15 per cent buoyed by strong investment markets and inflows into the wrap and master trust sub-sectors. Read more

Superannuation reduces Australia’s foreign capital reliance: ASFA

Australia’s compulsory superannuation is not only helping diversify assets but is also reducing the cost of the Age Pension and risk, ASFA believes. Read more

Expert Analysis

Keeping the Wealth in the Family

Anna Mirzoyan looks at how the family trust structure can protect and distribute family assets in a tax efficient way. Read more

Client focus for client satisfaction

High satisfaction levels increase client retention over the long-term, growing their investments with you and referring business to your practice, Sherise Mercer explains. Read more

Myth busting alternative investments

David Griffith looks at the myths surround alternative investments, and argues they have multiple uses in a range of investor portfolios. Read more

Fintech will cut the fat

Financial technologies such as peer-to-peer lending, robo-investing and digital currencies are here to stay and regulation and laws have to catch up, Grant Holley writes. Read more

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