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Change is in the heir: Gen Y demands more from wealth advisors

Technological shortcomings and reluctance to change has created a sharp disconnect between the service provided by financial advisors and the evolving needs of their clients. Read more

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Accountants warn on income streams

The Federal Government has been warned against tinkering with the super tax concessions in a way which would undermine the purpose of super. Read more
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Co-regulation the way to go for lifting standards

The SMSF Association has backed the PJC’s push for greater co-regulation to lift professional standards in financial advice to help improve customer confidence. Read more

BTIM undertakes sell-down

Shares in BT Investment Management (BTIM) have been placed in a trading halt on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) as the majority Westpac-owned company embarks on a sell-down. Read more
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K2 set to launch own ‘active ETF’

Melbourne based fund manager will launch the second ‘active ETF’ into the Australian market, pending regulatory approval, following the path taken by Magellan earlier this year. Read more

Boutique funds outshine counterparts

Boutique fund managers seemed to have clawed back after a post-GFC slowdown, outdoing non-boutique funds and indices over the past 20 years. Read more
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Fat Prophets target retail investors

Funds management firm, Fat Prophets, is aiming to give self-managed super investors greater control of their investments through its Super Prophets online platform. Read more

Former advice director convicted

Former director of BD & WJ Hassell, Barry David Hassell, has been convicted of 39 charges of dishonest conduct and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment. Read more
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Aura takes majority stake in accountant-licensing group

Demand for services that will enable accountants to continue providing SMSF advice after the accountants’ exemption is removed next year, is behind Aura Group’s majority stake in AFG. Read more

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Client focus for client satisfaction

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The opportunity of under-insurance

With research illustrating the high costs of under-insurance, advisers have a vital role in helping consumers understand the importance of adequate insurance cover, Jim Minto writes. 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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