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Financial advice the crucial missing ingredient

  Feb 29, 2016 

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Financial advice the missing retirement ingredient

New research confirms financial advice is often the missing ingredient in achieving retirement incomes adequacy. Read more

Resistant industry funds out of step - O’Dwyer

O’Dwyer cites Cbus Royal Commission wrongdoing as she claims superannuation funds which resist governance changes are out of step with the rest of Australia. Read more

FSC’s Loane outlines six-point super plan

Financial Services Council chief executive, Sally Loane has outlined a six point super plan based on policy certainty, delivery of a 12 per cent SG by 2022 and better targeted tax concessions. Read more

Broadening retirement products a must: Challenger

Challenger has welcomed Kelly O’Dwyer’s announcement that the government will soon announce the results of the retirement income streams review. Read more

Praemium recruits NAB’s Itsiopoulos

Praemium Limited has appointed former NAB senior executive, Anna Itsiopoulos to the newly-created role of general manager, Australia. Read more

Defensive ETFs flourish through volatile January

Defence-focused ETFs are attracting investors keen to avoid the worst impacts of recent stock market volatility, robo-advice provider, Stockspot believes. Read more

RIAA revises responsible investment certification

RIAA has strengthened its certification program as Australian investors are increasingly embracing ethical investing. Read more

CLSA extends 12 year agreement with GBST

CLSA Limited has partnered with fund administration software provider GBST in a bid to “increase efficiencies” and replace existing legacy system infrastructure. Read more


Essential retirement client conversations in 2016

Minh Ly takes a look at the impact of some recently legislated changes to the Age Pension and Aged Care rules and how they can form part of client conversations. Read more


The road to financial advice

The career paths of financial advisers have twisted and turned with every development and tweak of legislation in the industry. Jassmyn Goh finds out what career paths look like now from starting out to succession planning. Read more

Backing yourself with fixed income

Planner allocation to fixed income has declined year-on-year since 2012, but Malavika Santhebennur asks if market volatility and a turbulent share market will force them to re-think their options for the sake of diversification. Read more


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