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APRA turns attention to life/risk corporate culture

  Mar 21, 2016 

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APRA focused on life/risk culture

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority chairman, Wayne Byres says recent events have drawn the regulator's attention to corporate culture in the life/risk sector. Read more

Super the victim of tax debate deceit

A roundtable of senior superannuation executives fear super will be the victim of a deceitful and incomplete tax debate. Read more

SMSFs seeking ‘discounter’ advice

More SMSF trustees are seeking inexpensive ‘discounter’ advice online or over-the-phone as they look for low fees and charges, an industry consultant reports. Read more

Advice and product sales needs distinction

Failed agribusiness MIS are a result of insufficient regulation governing the meaning of ‘general advice’, the FPA believes. Read more

Soaring house prices leave mortgagees exposed

Australian home-owners are shouldering increasing debts as house prices continue to rise, leaving them exposed should the market decline, research reveals. Read more

Make life insurance definitions simpler

Life companies differing definitions and medical codes need to be in real customer language, ANZ’s Australia wealth MD believes. Read more

Australians ‘reluctant’ to seek financial advice: Map My Plan

There will always be an “inherent reluctance” to seek financial advice, and overcoming this barrier is key to engaging everyday Australians, according to Map My Plan. Read more

Life and health industries need to work together

The life insurance industry needs to look at all health and well-being aspects of a person to create better outcomes, ANZ Australia wealth managing director believes. Read more

Property investor slapped with EU

ASIC has accepted an EU from Barakah Properties following concerns on how it raised funds to build an Islamic School in Melbourne. Read more

ASIC seeks restraining orders against trading company and director

ASIC is seeking Federal Court of Australia approval to restrain Whitebox Trading and its principal from financial services following an investigation. Read more


Life too important to baulk at change

Amid the overwhelmingly negative media coverage of alleged problems within CommInsure’s claims handling procedures, something important was overlooked — a number of major insurers received awards for their innovative product development. Read more

Life/risk claims handling the key

Mike Taylor writes that while much attention has focused on adviser remuneration over the past two years, insurance claims handling has deserved equal scrutiny. Read more

Expert Analysis

Culture in the eyes of the law

Corporations that merely pay lip-service to compliance and culture can expect little leniency from the Courts. Companies can face consequences, from penalties and liabilities, to a fall in… Read more


When growth makes itself scarce

Australian equities have been given a bad rap since the decline in the mining and resources sector, but is there still value there? Jassmyn Goh finds out if it really is all doom and gloom. Read more

Going from strength to strength

Australia’s burgeoning ETF sector is showing no signs of slowing down, despite a volatile start to the year, writes Nicholas O’Donoghue. Read more

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