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Scrutinise claims handling, not advisers

 
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Scrutiny of life/risk remuneration misdirected

The Trowbridge and LIF scrutiny directed at life/risk remuneration ought to have been equally directed towards claims handling. Read more

FIRB breaches highlight advisers’ high standards

Until real estate agents and lawyers are held to higher standards, foreign investors should seek financial advice to avoid breaching FIRB laws, Connect ASEAN principal, Paul Tynan believes. Read more
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Infocus set to launch new financial advice solution

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Jury still out on robo-advice

Acquiring customers for robo-advice is a difficult task while making them pay for that service is almost impossible, according to a Melbourne Business School academic. Read more
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Fitzpatricks adds another advice firm

Under its licence, Fitzpatricks Private Wealth has aligned with Brisbane-based Highland Financial as it seeks culturally aligned, fee-based advisory businesses. Read more

YBR launches Women in Finance initiative

Yellow Brick Road has launched a Women in Finance Group to provide support for women in finance and small business operators working in a male-dominated space. Read more
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Women missing in senior finance roles

There is still a lack of female representation in leadership positions in the finance industry despite the rise in the number of women in the industry. Read more

ASIC targets cyber resilience with new report

ASIC calls on financial services organisations to enforce good cyber-security practices with the launch of an industry-wide report focusing on cyber resilience. Read more
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Essential retirement client conversations in 2016

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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
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Default funds and shadow shops

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