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  Mar 07, 2016 

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Comminsure problems highlight value of advice

The lower premiums that go with group insurance do not always represent a better deal at claim time, according to Col Fullagar. Read more

Life/risk code of practice slated for July

The Financial Services Council has defended the importance of the life insurance industry and pointed to a code of practice being in place in July. Read more

TAL announces claims education partnership

TAL is partnering with the Personal Injury Education Foundation to offer further education for its claims and rehabilitation teams both for new entrants and senior claims professionals. Read more

Super funds need to consider in-sourcing options for funds management

Superannuation funds will need to adopt a ‘horses for courses’ approach when considering if and how they implement in-house funds management, the CIFR believes. Read more

ASIC alleges ANZ market manipulation

ASIC launches legal action against ANZ for market manipulation in setting the bank bill swap reference rate between March 2010 and May 2012. Read more

Retail FUM growth ‘outstrips’ super: DEXX&R

A surge in retail and wholesale FUM and advice has seen the sector “outstrip” superannuation growth over the 12 months to December, 2015, according to new findings by DEXX&R. Read more

Generational shift in joining finances

One in three couples insist on keeping separate bank accounts, with more women refusing to merge money, according to a survey. Read more

Equity trading cost knowledge can help save

Superannuation funds need to know how much their equity trading costs as there could be considerable savings made, according to Parametric. 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


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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