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Govt close to delivering professional standards legislation

Assistant Treasurer, Kelly O’Dwyer signals the Government is close to delivering the legislation to underpin adviser education and professional standards. Read more

Perpetual calls in lawyers on accountant licensing

Perpetual Private has entered into a partnership with a law firm aimed at helping accountants navigate the firm’s full licensing offer. Read more
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ASIC cracks down on licensee ‘independence’

Three financial services licensees have removed the term “independent” from their website and marketing material after ASIC found they received commissions and volume-based payments. Read more

Aussies can’t retire

Over 70 per cent of Australians who want to retire within the next five years have not saved enough, according to a HSBC report. Read more
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Morningstar launches ESG monitoring tool

Advisers are set to gain access to new research that will enable them to make investments based on funds’ handling of ESG risks. Read more

Room for improvement on ESG reporting

A significant proportion of S&P/ASX200-listed companies need to improve their reporting of sustainability factors, as investors increasingly consider ESG risks. Read more
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IRESS partners with netwealth for XPLAN integration

A partnership between IRESS and netwealth will provide advisers with “straight-through processing” and decreasing back office inefficiencies through XPLAN software integration. Read more

Class reaches 100k milestone

Australian SMSF software provider, Class, has surpassed a total of 100,000 billable portfolios on its cloud platform. Read more
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First State Super changes custodian

To support the growth of its business First State Super has changed its custodian to State Street, from J.P. Morgan. Read more

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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
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Editorial

Time for orderly policy discussion

The policy speculation around taxation and superannuation has become chaotic and the Government must bring the process back to order. Read more

Default funds and shadow shops

Industry funds who have been alleging the banks offer inducements to employers to select particular default funds need to be careful what they wish for. Read more

Expert Analysis

Take my advice, make friends with a robo

John O’Connell looks at how advisers and robo advice could go hand-in-hand, with the adviser looking after planning while the robo advice takes care of day-to-day execution. Read more

Casting mortgages in a new light

Roy Prasad looks at the benefits of a contributory mortgage fund such as income and capital stability, control over the investment, and credit quality. Read more

Features

Jumping the gender divide

Jassmyn Goh asks if gender is still an issue in the financial advice industry, either because of clients’ perceptions or the female advisers’ own perceptions in part three of this feature. 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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