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Govt moves on LIF legislation

  Feb 12, 2016 


Invest 2016: International Equities

With current global stock market volatility now is the time to get the insider’s view on global markets and what this means for investors in 2016 Read more

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When ASIC helped planners on FOFA

ASIC has revealed how far it went to help planning firms overcome the surprise overturning of the Government’s FOFA regulations. Read more

Insurers boost spending in IT

Insurers worldwide are looking to invest more in information technology to respond to changing demographics and customers, a survey reveals. Read more

Long-term pain if super contributions reduced

While reducing super contributions will help the Budget deficit in the short-term, increasing the cap will help the gender gap in super, IPA believes. Read more

Aussie acquisitions see Henderson Group’s AUM rise

ASX-listed assets manager, Henderson Group, has seen a 38 per cent decline in post-tax profit, as it expands its Australian business. Read more

Dream alive for DomaCom’s Kidman Station bid

Plans to purchase the iconic Kidman Station through a crowd-funded campaign orchestrated by investment platform, DomaCom, remain alive. Read more

Cowell Clarke unveils compliance portal

A new online compliance portal for accountants has been launched by commercial law firm Cowell Clarke ahead of the new limited Australian financial services licence (AFSL) regime. Read more

Govt introduces LIF legislation

The Government has introduced legislation to underpin the Life Insurance Framework with the promise of further industry consultation around the resultant regulations. Read more


Transitionary arrangements the key to new regime

Many financial planners may choose to leave the industry over the next two years, but the Government and the regulators can minimise those exits by getting the transitionary arrangements right, Mike Taylor writes. Read more

Learning to live with the LIF

Like them or not, financial advisers should already have begun making the adjustments necessary to operate within the new Life Insurance Framework, writes Catherine Evans. Read more


Managing those who manage themselves - SMSFs

Specialist education and training seems to be the key to restoring trust in advisers among sceptical self-managed super fund members, Malavika Santhebennur writes. Read more

Taking the alternative route

Jassmyn Goh finds out if investors are looking to alternative investments to beat market volatility and a low interest rate environment. Read more


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