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Fee for service move hits Centrepoint bottom line

  Feb 25, 2016 

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Centrepoint result reflects fee for service transition

Centrepoint Alliance believes it is on the right track despite a result which reflects the pain of transitioning to fee for service. Read more

Lack of confidence in advising female investors

Advisers’ understanding of female investors is only at a surface level, according to a State Street Global Advisor report. Read more

Aust Unity’s pluses and minuses from PWM acquisition

Australian Unity’s half-year result has revealed the pluses and minuses resulting from its Premium Wealth Management acquisition. Read more

FSC welcomes elder abuse inquiry

The FSC has welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement of an inquiry into elderly abuse, particularly as they are most vulnerable to financial abuse. Read more

Shaky markets hit Perpetual business units

Despite Perpetual recording strong profits in 1H15, its business units took a hit due to volatile equity markets. Read more

Turnbull Government establishes national fintech advisory

The Government is launching a national fintech taskforce to help cement Australia’s credentials as “the leading market” for financial technology innovation in Asia Pacific. Read more

Macquarie SMA hits $300m mark

Macquarie’s SMAs on its Macquarie Wrap have hit $300 million in FUA, while the firm also announced the addition of BlackRock and Elston SMA models to its Wrap platform. 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

Expert Analysis

Breaking the shackles of advice

Advisers need to bring things back to basics for clients to address barriers and perceptions of advice like complexity, inflexibility, and lack of engagement, Tim Mitchell-Adams writes. Read more

Demystifying Medicare reports

Advisers should have a good understanding of the issues around Medicare and PBS reports within the risk insurance advice process to add value to their advice proposition, Col Fullagar writes. Read more


Decision time looms for accountants - SMSFs

With the scrapping of the accountants’ exemption from 1 July this year, accountants need to make licensing decisions to continue advising on SMSFs, 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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